It Doesn’t Matter What’s Been Written in Your Story

So far. 

Because it’s how you fill up the other pages that counts.

You may be really unhappy with your story so far. It’s certainly not what you planned; not what you hoped for.

But your story isn’t over yet. There are more pages to fill. More chapters to be written.

And there’s no better time than now to start.

You say you don’t know how? That there’s nothing left to do? Nothing more to try?

You’re ready to give up? 

Then close out that chapter. Turn the page and start a new one.

Picture yourself where you really want to be; what you really want to be doing. 

Now that you have that picture in your mind, how did you get there? What did you to do achieve that goal? 

Maybe starting your chapter at the end is the way to accomplish your goal. 

Because if you can imagine yourself where you want to be, then you can surely imagine the steps it took to get there from where you are right now.

What’s stopping you from trying? 

You just might be amazed at the results.

Now enjoy the rest of your story.

The Day After

It always starts with a different feeling in the air. The feeling that today is a new beginning. 

Until it all comes rushing back.

For too many, the day after brings back all of the sadness, the grief, the loss, and we find ourselves once again trying to make sense of it all.

The day after a joyous event is a day to rejoice in, and to look forward to the future. A day of planning and new beginnings.

But the day after a crushing event seems to be another day that will only end in more sadness. A day that we don’t think we’ll get through. A day that has a different kind of new beginning.

But somehow we get through it.

Because we have to.

Because there are others counting on us and looking for direction as to how to continue on.

And somehow we get through it with a strength we didn’t know we had.

Because an ending is also a new beginning. Not one we’ve necessarily looked forward to, but a new beginning nonetheless.

And somehow we do get through it and slowly start our new beginning.

One step at a time. One hour at a time One day at a time.

Until we get where we need to be in our new beginning. And we step out and start over