“If you are stuck and lost right now, and you are wondering what you’re supposed to do with your life next, I can tell you only this: You are supposed to find your courage.” – Elizabeth Gilbert
“When you wake up in the morning, you need to realize that today is all you have.
You don’t have eventually. You don’t have a series of eventually.
The beauty of life is today. How are you going to make the most of it?” – David Wygant
There are many ways to get to “HAPPY.” Ways that don’t require a white picket fence, 2.5 kids, or a minivan. The purpose of life isn’t so much about living Happily Ever After as it is just LIVING: boldly, wildly, bravely, unapologetically. Your life is your life and your path is your path and it’s unique and colorful and beautiful and purposeful… – Mandy Hale
“Sometimes when there’s uncertainty, we’re not meant to plan our way out of it… we’re meant to trust our way through it.
So, what that means, is that you lean in the direction that feels right, you take continual steps forward, and you trust that every single thing that happens is somehow – someway leading you exactly where you need to be. Easier said than done? Possibly…but, this is something we absolutely can get better and better at doing.
It’s just about reminding yourself everyday to trust the way things are unfolding and then you turn your attention to where it always should be … Today and the moment right in front of you.” – Sibyl Chavis
“Uncertainty exists to teach us. To help us learn how to surrender and relinquish our self-promoted ideas of how things “should be.” It shakes loose our reference points so that we don’t develop a illusory belief that we can control our lives if we just try a little bit harder, grip a whole lot tighter. Uncertainty shows up to remind us that there are forces greater than us and that, if we think we already have everything figured out, we leave absolutely no room for magic. Uncertainty shows up to reset us. To bring us back to ground zero so that we can open to a new landscape of possibility, let go of the familiar things that are keeping us small, stifling our imagination.”- Kimberly Jonas