Too many ideas? NEVER!

As I’ve said in a previous post, I’m always having new, crazy ideas. In my short twenty-three, nearly twenty-four years, I’ve had quite a few jobs, I’ve been to a fair few places around the world and I’m constantly learning and wanting to explore new opportunities. A lot of people will say, do you ever stop? Haha. . . NO!

 An important thing I’ve learnt from my MANY ventures, is that not everything you do has to be successful. I’ve never looked back and thought, ‘oman, why did I do that?’ Of course not! Behind all of my ideas there is a reason. I want to live life to the fullest, so I try something new for the experience, I fill my plate up and watch the magic happen. . . . Whether you want to write a book, start your own business, learn a new subject, go back to school, whatever it is that you keep coming back too but haven’t had the confidence to do yet, just do it! Don’t think about what could happen or not happen. Just forking do it! Every single thing you do in life will teach you something. So do it and who knows what will come of it. I never ever, ever, thought I’d start a blog or write a book or work on a cruise ship, or live in London. Yet, I live in London, I have worked on a cruise ship, I’m writing a book . .or several, and well. . . here you are reading my blog. You may be thinking, well it’s easy for you say,  you have the confidence or motivation or whatever. But that just isn’t the case. I want a good, happy, full life and I believe once you truly commit to make that your reality, then the big, seemingly scary decisions become easier to make.

Often we get caught up in thinking that we should know what it is that we want to do with our lives. Maybe just being happy should be the answer. . . .

In reality nobody gets out alive, so follow your intuition and you could be the next Marie Curie or Bill Gates. No, I’m serious! Our world is bursting with opportunity, the only limit is the one we set up in our minds!


The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullsh** story you keep telling yourself as to why you can’t achieve it.      

    -Jordan Belfort.


*The picture for this post is of my tattoo. Funnily enough that is actually the shape of my veins which is extremely apt as it is also the shape of a spider diagram and I am ALWAYS thinking and having new ideas!


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