Sunday 27 July 2014
Thomas Jefferson famously said, "Never put off tomorrow what you could do today." Such wise words - in fact, I've been trying to make them words to live by for some time now. By nature, I'm a list person. I've always got a list on the go - well, several actually. And I discovered that along the way - somewhere - some time - I started putting things on my list that I wanted to do but would never really commit to. I guess it was more of an aspiration than a strong, heart-felt desire to achieve something.
Recently I not only streamlined my to-do lists but I reconnected with Jefferson's words so much so that I've started checking in with myself at the end of the day. Before the day is out - before I've done all that I'm going to do that day, I ask myself whether there's not one more push of energy within me - whether I cannot dig that little bit deeper to reach for something that I've been wanting to do. If I can, I'll do it. If not, I ask myself, "If not now, when?"
So why not consider whether you're waiting unnecessarily in your life when if you just pushed yourself - just that little bit - you couldn't get where you truly wanted to be. And if not, then make sure that you're not beating yourself up for not achieving that which doesn't really mean something to you.
And yes, giving blogging a go - sharing with you a glimpse into my life as an intuitive - was on my list. Let's see where it goes. I hope you enjoy reading it and find it inspirational.
Until next time,
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