Set No Path. Never Lose Your Way.
2 December 2014
This time every year I start to get all deep and meaningful. I assess the situations current in my life and look to where they may head, why they’re heading in that direction and if it isn’t the way I want them to be going, then all of a sudden I start to think that perhaps someone somewhere has a greater plan for me.
It’s the same old story. And usually, the situations ARE heading in directions that aren’t ideal. I project my ideas so far in advance that when they don’t match the expectations I have placed on them, I am left disappointed.
I even have a bloody tattoo that reads “set no path, never lose your way”. You’d think I’d take the advice I have permanently inked on to my body.
I finally liked myself this year. It has only taken me 38 years. I have some serious flaws, but they don’t hurt anyone (only when I dance with the broom in a small room). It is a big thing to finally be happy with who you are and who you aren’t. I need to take that in to the rest of my life and love it for what it is, not what it isn’t.
Next year I want to be less expectational. To take each day as it comes and to stop living in the future. You know what I mean, I’m not currently walking around the house wrapped in tin foil talking like a robot.
I have some seriously awesome ideas that I plan to implement in 2015 and who knows where they will lead. I can tell you I am grateful for my past and present crazy ideas, as they have bought you in to my life and that’s pretty bloody awesome. I appreciate all of you so much.
Cheers to that!