Sunday, 23 February 2014

Rascal Flatts - What Hurts The Most

worth of living

"For what it's worth: it's never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There's no time limit; stop whenever you want. You can change or stay the same; there are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it. I hope you make the best of it. And I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you're proud of. If you find that you're not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again." - The curious case of Benjamin Button

After hearing these words, I thought back to a night not too long ago when I was lying in bed and thinking to myself , is it going to happen or should just stop thinking about it and talking about it.  It was then that I realized  I was doing the same thing I did last year when I started to ask " where is this relationship heading to?".

and the question was not answered & hanging...

It breaks my heart into pieces..

I was focusing on what wasn't working for me in my life instead of what was. And, instead of taking action about what I wanted to change, I was dwelling on how things weren't going my way. 

 Coming to the realization that I was exactly who I didn't want to be -- someone who sat around doing nothing while complaining that her life wasn't going the way she wanted it to -- that I recognized the desperate need for change in my own life. I came to the understanding that, contrary to my own negative thinking, I really wasn't too late for me to work on and someday reach my goal to have an amazing life.

I came to the understanding that, if I wanted it to happen, I was going to have to make it happen. 

When I first began thinking about my new relationship with my partner, it seemed to me that so many things were a given and that we didn't really have to think too much about being thankful.. I used to not really get the point of being thankful. Always looking for the purpose behind something, I never could quite figure out what I could get out of feeling grateful. I understood what I got out of telling others I was thankful, but I didn't really see the point of spending a lot of time being thankful internally. Until now. Now I realize just how important gratitude is. It actually serves a real, true purpose in my life. 

Nothing makes a relationship better than when you are truly grateful for the other person. Sure, all relationships have ups and downs, but if you keep gratitude in mind no matter what you're going through, you're more likely to have a much better relationship. Be grateful for the people in your life and you'll find that your appreciate comes through in your words and actions. 

For so long, I've had dreams and I always had that "someday" mentality. Now I wake and realize that it is someday and there's no magical formula that will turn dreams into reality. I have a wonderful, supportive guy in my life and I know a man who I used to break his heart will help me take these dreams of mine and turn them into something I can hold in my hand. It's not going to be easy, but I have a good feeling that, in the end, it will all be worth it...

Sunday, 16 February 2014

future & memories

It is very easy to expend all your energy worrying. Concerns about past mistakes, rehashing what you should have done, revisiting occasions of sadness or anger expend time and energy. Many people think of the future with anxiety, anticipating problems that they may not be able to overcome. Losing sleep, feeling on edge, and stress.

 One way to get out of the worry habit is to heighten your awareness of the present. Things are happening all around you every minute of the day. 

In holding onto moments and memories, it's essential not to get bogged down in the idea that they are more valuable than what you are experiencing right now. Remember: the only time you really, truly have is now so it's pretty pointless to waste time dwelling on the past or worrying about the future.

 That being said, I do think it's important to keep some particularly special moments, even as we live our lives in the present. There has to be, as with most things, a balance between remembering the wonderful experiences we've had and remembering to enjoy the life we're living right now.

A lot of the time we can find some of that good from our memories in the moments we're living right now. Take the time to look around and notice what's happening in your current moments to see if there are any of those memory-making qualities.

 Memories all start with a moment and it's important to realize that all moments will someday be memories. 

Saturday, 15 February 2014


You never know when love might strike or steal. It’s usually when we aren’t looking for it that it finds us.

I was brooding over another breakup last year and I was unhappy in so many aspects of my life—my relationships, my choices, my inner emotional state. I'd tried everything I could think of to be happier and when those things didn't work, I decided to keep my fairytale and live in my unhappy state. 

Over the past six months, my life has changed considerably. I've moved. I've changed most part of myself. I've changed habits. I am, in so many ways, a different person. A better person. And so much of that has to do with positive influence on my life.I am no longer crying over the weekend mourning over my relationships, thinking about future and finding ways to make myself happier.

 Puzzle pieces of my life that always seemed to be getting lost or pushed into the wrong spaces are now fitting together perfectly, snapping into place and creating this complete and beautiful picture of who I am today.Much to my own surprise, I started crying through my big, cheeseball smile. I was so happy that I was crying. I'd heard of tears of joy, but I'd never before experienced them. This is when I learned that a great love really can make you cry with joy and fill your heart with an surprisingly tear-jerking happiness.