Do you have a plan for the future?

Are you ready for retirement? You’re 33? 23? Have you had any thought at all about what you might do when the time comes to retire? Of course you haven’t, it’s another 30-40 years off, why would you want to … Continue reading Do you have a plan for the future?

5 problems with social media…

    I don’t personally have a problem with social media. I think it’s a wonderful invention and helps to bring people together from all over the world and form connections that ordinarily might not have been possible. I know that people from earlier generations thunk that mobile phones, the internet etc have ruined families and actual physical interaction but I believe they thought that of television too… I still enjoy being outdoors, I love the countryside and I love spending time with my family. Social media is just another way for us to progress and connect. There are, however, … Continue reading 5 problems with social media…

Don’t live for today, live for your life.

I cannot see the future, I don’t dwell on the past, Our lives are in the present, but the present doesn’t last.   Today is quickly forgotten, Tomorrow a heartbeat away, Stop wishing that time would move faster, Keep focused, you’re here today.   Don’t stay in the moment, it’s fleeting, Think bigger and seize what you have, We get what we’re given, so use it, Stay centered, you’re on the right path.   Don’t ever let anyone make you think you’re not good enough. Follow your dreams right now! Don’t wait until tomorrow, next week, next year. Stop planning, … Continue reading Don’t live for today, live for your life.

Letter To Me

Dear Future Self,   I hope things are well, I know they will be. As I’m writing this I am having an unusually positive day. I’m on top of things, study wise and that always helps. I’ve finished the ‘Blog Challenge’ that we were doing, but obviously you already know that. I suppose I should be giving you some advice to carry on with. For a start please stop worrying so much. Things can’t possibly be as bad as you imagine them to be. And if they are, you know there’s always an answer, a way out. Spend more time … Continue reading Letter To Me