Choices are difficult. You never know if you made the right decision until it is done.
Simple choices of what to eat for dinner, isn’t as much a suffering from the consequence, as is changing jobs. Weighing out the pro’s and con’s is always advisable, but regardless of the choice, you have the consequence.
Making changes….and staying the same.
This is so true for me with my health, home, and work.
I need to reset my attitude in everything pertaining to my body, and it begins with the mind.
Struggling, but aware.
Do you have something you need to change your mindset?
Take time for self care…I am.
Be a best friend. Simple, right? This is hitting home today. I feel as though I don’t have enough time to be the best friend that I should be.
Looks like this will be mindful goal for next year.
Have you been thinking about your goals, and what you need to work on for next year?
This week is full of transitions and change. It is completely out of my comfort zone, and to be honest I am scared of the unknown.
I am trying not to let it get it ahead of me or get to me…anxiety…fear…doubt.
I can do this–just have to get through the first week, right?
Asking for prayers, and uplifting thoughts due to fatigue and stress at the moment. Thank you!!
Lately there have been lots of changes at work for lots of people. Changes have been happening quickly for many, and you have to make a decision pretty quick–like overnight—check with your family if you want to pursue this or not – quick.
Some people have difficulty making a decision. Not making a decision in itself is a decision. I have always said this to our kids. Just make a decision – right or wrong – make it.
Leadership is the same – you have to make a decision. Waiting, and not making a decision is usually the worst decision.