Tag: #inspiration

Roadside Fruit Stall

When life gives you lemons

Make lemonade! You’ve all heard that quote have you not?  It means to make the most of what you are given.  It’s all about attitude and thinking positively.  Glass half full rather than glass half empty!  It is not always easy to be this way but I think […]

Christmas words

Christmas

Can you believe it is December and therefore not long till Christmas?  That crept up fast didn’t it?! I’ve been so busy with my twin’s 21st (amongst other things) that December arrived before I knew it!  I am not prepared at all for Christmas yet.  Thank goodness we […]

Perception, Reaction, Awareness, Quote

Perception

It’s been quite a while since I last posted a quote on my blog.  Not for any other reason than I wasn’t coming across anything new that resonated with me.  Until now. I came across this quote and whilst I’ve seen some that are similar, this one really […]

Balance

Though I’m no longer commuting and working full-time in the city, I still have many things that I am trying to do and I’ve been having a little trouble finding the right balance so that I feel I am giving a good proportion of my time to each […]

quote, maya angelou, pursue the things you love

Pursue the things you love

This morning after waking and while eating my breakfast, I was scrolling through my news feed on Facebook and came across this quote posted by Maya Angelou.  I shared it on my Facebook page, but I also took it as a sign or omen that I was to […]

Turn your can’ts into cans

One thing I have improved on is saying “shut up” to any negative self talk that comes into my head.  An example would be the Photography course I am doing at the moment. My inner negative voice has been saying things like “you’ll never understand it all”, “you’ll […]

Don’t place your mistakes on your head

To me this quote is quite clearly telling us that we should use our mistakes as lessons for the future.  Sometimes mistakes and/or challenging times during our lives can have a positive side.  They teach us, we learn, we apply those lessons to our futures. Sometimes, admitting a […]