Finding Inspiration

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I’ve been on pinterest the last few days trying to find inspiration and design ideas for the new home…

It got me thinking about what inspires me in general.  I can define my purpose in life now that it’s totally obvious because, you know, I’m a mom and all.

But what inspires me to do better in my life, to want to provide the best life for my son, myself and Jay?

The more I mull this over, the more I’m finding it’s an internal thing – I don’t know if it’s a maternal instinct or if I’m tapping in to my spiritual self here but I know that my desire to do better and more in life is coming from the core of my being.

I went to a team meeting last night and my “manager” (she’s really becoming a good friend) was doing her speech and she said that she’s taking the word “try” out of her vocab.  And I can see why…

I also plan on doing this, not just for my business, but for my life.  I’m not going to ‘try’ to get a house, we ARE going to buy a house.  I’m not going to try to get full time hours, I’m going to MAKE that shit happen ‘yo. 

I think by taking out that little word, it a) brings more positive energy to you b) less likely to fail and c) makes tasks more of a goal which in turn motivates to have a successful end result.  When you achieve your goals, no matter how small they may be, it’s a victory *insert happy dance* and it helps maintain that positive momentum.  

So, I’ve been inspired to take the word ‘try’ out of my vocabulary (did I mention that already?!!), I want to surround myself with more positive thoughts and energy.  I don’t want to leave room for doubt or an excuse not to achieve something. We’ve achieved the new car, we’re ready for a home of our own and another baby – in that particular order! oh what the hey, maybe throw a wedding in there somewhere. lol.

Do you think it’s possible that the word “inspire” though, has a text book definition, could mean something different to other people? or maybe I’m just too tired and should go to bed? Ha!

G’night all!

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