I was going to write something completely different, but I am having one of those days (weeks), when I don’t feel as inspired or as inspirational as I was aiming to be.
I have had a lot of things in my mind lately – new opportunities, decisions to make – and I have been giving it so much thought that it has kind of been taking my mind off anything else. Yep, not a multitasker (the horror!).
As my hubby and I were discussing this issues the other day he said as we went to sleep ‘anyway, it’s not a bad problem to have you know?’ and he is right; if there’s one thing I know for sure is that it’s a great thing when we are as blessed as to have options. Not many people have it. And anyways it’s probably void thinking, things that are a ‘maybe’ should never take this much space in our head, but truth is it does.
I don’t want to get into details, but mostly what I feel of lately is that maybe I let myself down the path of procrastination… It’s OK to admit it, we all do it from time to time (OK, Ok, maybe not all of us). But it’s as much that I have been stalling, but more of side-tracked by more amusing things, easier things. Like when you have to study for an important exam and decide it’s way better to organize all your books alphabetically, that kind of thing but on a larger scale. Oh well, I guess it’s not a crime.
See I have so many ideas and projects in my head, things I want to do, but I don’t really know where to start so I have been delaying it. It’s like when you have to clean up after a big party, but the kitchen is such a mess, there’s dishes everywhere you can’t even see your sink… So you just seat on the couch instead. I guess that’s what I have been doing. Not seating on the couch (that was a metaphor), but doing other things that I like rather than focus on how to kick start the things I’d really love to do. Again, not a bad place to be, because either way I am happy. And I have been happy ‘seizing the day’.
However I guess in some respects it’s good to think of the future (not too seriously) as I don’t want to look back wandering ‘what if I had gotten up that couch?’ After all I am a firm believer of ‘no regrets’, right?
So maybe it’s time I start living my beliefs, and get up the couch. Wow. I am glad I wrote this silly tiny post; I have my answer now. And here I was thinking I would need the whole weekend in the countryside thinking about it. I guess not.
I am not ready to give up on ‘what could be’! I am getting up off the couch!
(That being said, it is Friday, so I guess I’ll get up off that couch on Monday. Have a lovely weekend).