…your life can become stagnant and sluggish. Do you ever feel this way? My winter was like this; filled with indecision.
I find myself with more energy these days and my productivity level has sky-rocketed.
Looking back over the last few weeks trying to figure out what has changed for me. A few things come to mind:
- cleaner diet – more veggies, less crap
- started going to bed earlier
- spring is finally here!
- more day light!
- birds waking me earlier
But the biggest changes have come with some final decisions that have to do with major areas of my life. Waiting for decisions to be made about your life can be a real test of patience and gratitude. Gratitude, because you can offer thanks for wise choices and the time to discern what is best. Patience, as you wait, can be trying.
What I have found is that once final decisions were made I was better able to plan the what, where and how all of this was going to take place. Phone calls have been made, moneys sent to appropriate places, books still need to be ordered and so on.
Moving forward with a clearer picture in place has made all the difference in the world.
Some of the choices were mine to make; others involved groups or committees.
Living in indecision is one of the most difficult things I do.
Living in faith is necessary. Reminding myself of this is crucial to my well-being.
Are you making choices about your life? Are you in a place of indecision?
Step out in faith. Make plans. Do what you need to do to create the life that is waiting for you.
This might take some work, some time, and a whole lot of faith. Take someone’s hand and jump. Enjoy the journey. I know I am.
***just to note that since the system wants to hyper-link words I’ve used with companies I do not support I have changed those links to companies I support or work with. This is not meant to be a hidden agenda but an attempt to work with a system that tries to push their products onto my site. Thanks for your understanding.
KNOWING when you FEEL Indecisive is half the struggle. At that point, your choices of what do do about it become conscious choices, not default choices. BRAVO !