I may not have had a lot of time (or mind space) to write in recent months but I’ve definitely had to do a lot of soul searching and reflecting, so when I saw this …
…. a blog post wrote itself (and then I had to rewrite it a million times 😉
Sometimes we choose the wrong path because we allow our deepest fears to guide us. When it all goes wrong we call it a mistake.
Some personal events this year have been horrendous…but sadly not unexpected. The cast may have switched roles, but the plot and lead remains the same.
The foreseeability of it all made me question myself. When an outcome is so predictable is it a mistake or a choice?
Sometimes we choose the wrong path because our ego whispers in our ear. When it all goes wrong we call it a mistake…but really we made a choice.
And the lesson?
That I can choose my own path and that decisions based on fear or ego will never lead to happiness
What is the best lesson your mistakes have taught you?
As the clock struck Midnight in Reykjavik…
#bye2016 seemed to sum up the general feeling towards 2016. From the heartfelt loss of celebrated creative spirits, the political Brexit and Trump disasters, to the alarming rate at which our society and enviroment are being bullied to the point of no return – 2016 has been quite shitty.
Although world affairs greatly angered me and personal breathements pained me, other all my year was filled with unforgetable travels, friendships and watching my son grow. That was until the last part of the year- then suddenly my world turned on it’s head… And then The Gods stamped on it….stabbed it with a rusty blade….and lit that bitch up like a bonfire as they threw their heads back and laughed.
But isn’t it funny how things work. The more disastrous things became, the more I became thankful for the positives in my life and gained indestructible inner strength each time that I refused to stay down.
So thank you 2016 for those incredible (and at times costly) life lessons which forced me to face my fears, accept past defeats, own my mistakes, embrace my imperfections and celebrate my achievements and blessings!
I walk into 2017 hopeful and free of the past.
Spread your wings and fly xx
On to lighten the mood a little.. I decided to accept the 3q3d challenge from the lovely Suze. Full rules below X
Once I understood this it changed my life and self perspective in ways I could never have imagined.
You have to be courageous to risk failure. This is something I realised only after failing and realising it wasn’t the end of the world, in fact it was just to the beginning.
Friendships. Relationships. Careers. Whenever. Thank you Nina xx
I nominate Voices Unsilenced
I look forward to reading yours!