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Afternoon all.




I hope you are all well.

I wanted to blog this afternoon about a question ive been asked many times but I’ve always dodged to answer it just because i didn’t know how to respond with a valid answer.

How do you do the right thing even when you know its going to be one of the hardest things you have had to ever do.

Like i have said ive always dodged this question when i get asked by readers just because it hit’s home hard for me.

Letting fear overtake your judgement can sometimes steer you away from the right choices.

We sometimes choose the easier option just because its less effort or it will cause less dramatic consequence’s in our life’s

Everyone likes a peaceful life right ????

I hate that saying i just put up with it for a peaceful life.

Why do you put up with rubbish situations , friendship’s & relationship’s just for an easier life.

You know your blocking something that can completely turn your life around.

Think of your life as a box full of clutter from the past & present you know some crap is useful ,some crap is what your holding on to just in case its of any use,but the other is just stuff you need to detach yourself from you need to let that go chuck it in the fuck it bucket and move on don’t drag it into your future.

And even though that box maybe hard to sort through it’s got to be done.

Doing the right thing isn’t always what we want to do, change can be painful letting go can be painful.

But life will never progress if you keep taking the easiest way out.

I want to be sitting in my arm chair when im in my 80’s surrounded by memories and have wisdom and stories to tell my grandkids that i lived an great life had taken risk’s and loved hard and not having any regrets.

I’m not ok with living just an ok life i want to actually make a difference so that is what i will do.

You see you have to progress & build up courage to take a leap of faith.

Living with regret is one of the hardest pill to swallow trust me.

How do you know if you’re making he right choice is another question for another blog but the short answer to that is we don’t know we just have to trust our instinct’s and take a leap of faith.

You will recover and bounce back from making choices that could rock your world but either way its a learning curve in life.

Everything takes time if the change is good and its been tough you can be proud of the risk you had taken and if the change breaks your heart your moving on to bigger and better things and you will heal .

Love to you all

Stacie

xxx

Published by seashellslipgloss87

Hi I'm Stacie I'm 32 busy mum from Liverpool πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Started blogging April 2019 I hope you like my blog posts

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