I know. I haven’t blogged in a quiet some time. But I have been working on something- that I mentioned some weeks ago. I am pleased to share http://www.freefromperfect.com — It’s still under construction. But feel free to follow me over at @freefromperfect on Twitter. I’m there a few times a day. I’m finally feeling fulfilled, working on building on my own brand. It’s an awesome feeling. I recommend you do the same. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email at email@example.com. I will definitely update this blog with all the new things coming down the pipeline. Thank you all for being apart of my journey of finding myself and rejecting the ‘perfection’ curse. Remember progress not perfection.
Until next time,
I have been sitting in front my computer watching a few of these videos. You see my day, started of fine. Rested and motivated to conquer my day and then I found out my printer that I rarely use doesn’t work and now I have to replace it. Oh fun. It’s the little things that get in our way. But why allow them to get in our way, as they really hold very little validity in the overall picture and more importantly your vision. So I decided to get myself of red wine and just take it easy for the rest of the day. So the next time you feel like you’re allowing something insignificant to get into the flow of your happiness for the day.
Don’t get me wrong, having to replace my printer isn’t the issue- it’s the fact that I had to sit on the phone with HP for over an hour when I could really be doing what I really want/need to do.
- Reach out to someone and tell them how you really feel. This allows you to feel better and then you gain clarity.
- Don’t waste your time feeling sad. Just be happy!
Your happiness is the most important and it’s International Day of Happiness!
Cheers to your happiness and check out this.
Wait and if you would like to indulge in more happiness, check out this.
If you love somebody, let them go. If they return, they were always yours. If they don’t, they never were.
P.S. I’m almost done reading The Slight Edge and the book review should be up this week!
Blessings and Love,
Just checking in. I hope you’re having a great weekend. I’ll just jump into this post. My brother and I have a really strange relationship. We get along better when we were aren’t getting in each other’s way. This generally happens when there’s a age difference and we are both really stubborn. But I love him nonetheless and I pray for him daily and wish him nothing but the best.
A brother is a friend God gave you; a friend is a brother your heart chose for you.
We all want happiness. I don’t know anyone on the face of this Earth that doesn’t want to be happy with themselves. Right now in my life I’m trying to figure out what my path to happiness is- I do think this a constant state, but I’m sure at some point we get the grasp of it all. I’m taking the baby steps, because I’m praying and doing my part as I know that God’s plan for my happiness is far greater than any career or relationship(s). Don’t get me wrong relationships are important and so are careers. But what’s the point of having these things if we simply cannot work on our own happiness. I’m not entirely sure the point I’m making here, but I’m sure there is a point in the mix of all of this.
So what’s your right path? Have you figured it out? Do you like where it’s taking you? I’d love to know what you think!
Keep pushing towards the path that you are in control of and not the one tarnished by others.
By the way, if you have not check out my e-book- Happiness or Misery , please do! I’d like to know what you think!
“The right path is the one you make yourself that leads to your version of happiness” – Pat Flyn
I got this quote from Pat Flyn, I have been following his blog for some time now, but mostly listening to his podcast on iTunes.
True friendship comes when the silence between two people is comfortable. – David Tyson Gentry
When we think about the interactions we have with people, silence is often a little strange and awkward because we often feel as if we need to say something. Sometimes not saying anything is good. Sometimes it’s key to the interaction. Sometimes not saying anything will keep you out of trouble. Its kind of like looking at someone and not saying anything. When people stare at me sometimes I find it a little daunting, because I don’t know what is going through their heads. Is there something stuck between my teeth or something? Lol.
What is key, is that silence is golden and sometimes just sitting in silence shows you what exactly you need to know and by extension, what you don’t need to know. Silence is good.
I hope you had a great weekend and enjoyed this random writing on the wall.
Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.
James Arthur Baldwin