Dec 3, 2012

Which One Are You?

I like thinking big. If you're going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big...

It's another beautiful day here in The Sunshine State.  As usual Monday's are busy.  Same as Tuesday, Wednesday....and so forth.  Yes, it's good to wake up and know that there is a lot to be done and to look forward to doing so.  

What you make of your day, of your life as always is your choice.  My suggestion is why not go great?  Me no matter what right or wrong I always choose to do things is a great way.  Average is so just not what I do. Average is not for me.  Too boring.

Just because I say I choose to do everything in a grand scale, does not necessarily mean I am always right.  Quite often I am wrong, but with every mistake I learn always strive to do better. Sometimes you learn the best thing to do is to walk away....never means you're giving up.  Always time to learn.

Life is moving by too fast to just sit by and be a spectator.  
One should be busy making things happen rather than talking about what could be.  I always tell everyone, stop wanting what others have.  Enjoy what life has given you and make the most of it and always be happy.  
Forget about how others live, where others live and just be happy with your own life.

Michelle's creation:)
This being said I think of a little girl now turned young woman.  Soon to be a mom.  Very practical.  Down to earth and so very happy with her life.  Always brings a smile to my face.  She is happy with what she has and never wastes a single moment wanting what others have.  

Take for instance the simple candle decorated with items found in the forest.  Simple but just so her.  Reminds me of Christmases past.  Where we did not have much, but what we had we were happy with.

Today too many people are too self centered they forget what is important.  They forget that life is simple and beautiful.  Too many get caught in what others are doing, how others are living and forget to just enjoy their life and to make it a great one.

Reading the book Fifty Shades of Grey (so far love it!) I came across this quote:

A man who acquires the ability to take full possession of his own mind may take possession of anything else to which he is justly entitled"

For some reason this seemed to fit in with today's topic.
Hope your day is great and remember, think big!

Experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is that you're generally better off sticking with what you know. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you don't make.