I’m always encouraging others to look at what they’re prioritizing, and make sure that those are the things that have the most meaning and value to them. I’ve decided that I need to remember to do that for myself too. Like most of you, I sometimes forget to take my own advice!
I put a lot of time and energy into writing this blog each week, and I hope that it has meaning to you, the readers. I enjoy writing it, but I’m realizing that putting out two posts each week is more than I can easily keep up with. Even though I love uplifting quotes, I’ve decided to no longer do a “Quote of the Week.” I would love to hear your thoughts on my decision, if you would like to share them with me. I could have just stopped doing the quotes without saying anything, but I thought you deserved an explanation. (If you miss the quotes, check out Wisdom Quotes online.)
So often we start off on a path in life, and we forget to stop once in awhile and re-evaluate whether we’re on the right path for us. I’ve worked with clients on this concept. They know something isn’t working very well, but they often don’t give themselves the freedom to change their minds, and take an alternate path. Flexibility is a real strength, and it makes life so much easier.
Please don’t let yourself feel boxed into a corner! There are always options in life, even if it’s only a change in our attitude. I’ve looked at my options around doing the weekly quote, and I realize that I could just continue doing it — and maybe adjust my attitude toward the time and energy it takes. Or, I could do it monthly, rather than weekly. Or, I could just give myself complete freedom to do it when, and how, I want to — which might be within a longer post, or might be a stand-alone every so often. I’ve decided to take the last option! I may change my mind later, but for now, this is my choice.
I’m feeling good about my decision! I’m giving myself more freedom, time, and energy to do other things that might serve everyone, including myself, better. Is there something that you’re doing now, that isn’t serving you well? Look at your options!
Until next time,