Words by people I admire or am inspired by mean so much to me. Today I’m sharing a quote by one of my favorite characters.
Sometimes it’s the smallest decisions that can pretty much change your life forever.
When you want to change your life it can be easy to try and go for gold, to go for the big thing but it isn’t always necessary. Sometimes its the smallest decisions -like choosing to take a walk, talking to a stranger instead of ignoring them, saying yes instead of no or choosing to go with your gut instinct instead of thinking things over (and over and over)- that make the biggest difference.
So don’t hold out for something big, embrace the little things and change your life!
Tomorrow I will be sharing my first post in a 10 part series called ‘Summer Moments’. Each post will be a few paragraphs long and focus on a particular moment or event that occurred in my summer. The first post is called A comforting kind of freedom and I’m really pleased with how it turned out.
There isn’t any sort of plot to the series. It is more like excerpts of my summer in chronological order. I’m really looking forward to finishing the rest of the pieces and sharing them with you.
I have not yet done a series like this before so I’m hoping it goes well. Most of all it is going to be a great way for me to practise and improve my writing skills.
I’ve been pretty down (for the most part) the past few days. I feel like I’m running out of energy, running out of time and running round in circles. In an ideal world, I’d pack a bag and run away to the countryside for a little while but I’ll just have to settle for a morning at the park instead.
Hey, so today I have a post unlike anything I’ve done before. I’m going to make it a weekly thing I do every Sunday to give my blog some regularity.
We were in an almost deserted park at dusk.
We began to dance to beautiful music, allowing euphoria to take over.
To the group on the other side of the park watching us, it probably just looked like an array of flailing limbs.
It didn’t matter to us though, as we were wild and free and nothing felt better.