Do you ever feel like you’re just… waiting?
Waiting for things to get easier? For you to have more time? For the kids to be in school, out of school, graduated? For the business to be making more money? For the remodel to happen? For summer? For fall? After the holidays?
Before you know it… you’ve waiting yourself right out of opportunities.
I bought my first house in October 2008. I sold it in May 2015. And for the six years I lived there, I had always intended to put in a flowerbed in my front yard. I could just SEE it in my mind – tipped so you could see the flowers more from the living room window, rather than the street. That it would be formed from huge volcanic rocks. That it would be a spill and rush of colors, each plant nestled against each other…
I had always intended…
And one of my biggest regrets when I sold the house and moved out… was that flowerbed.
I was always “too busy.”
When I was in college, I thought I was sooooo busy. I took a full course load and lived on campus. So yes, that was lots of homework. And I went to many “social” activities offered by the College of Humanities and the Honors College.
What I didn’t have was a job. Or pets. Or a house. Or a boyfriend (or husband!) Or a business…
Looking back, all that “busy” was a myth.
So here’s some truth for you, my friend: Keep Reading!