I saw these shirts and I couldn’t pass up sharing them with you all! They gave me a good chuckle and truth be told that’s exactly how anxiety works somedays. Like cardio. I want one haha
I liked the shirts even more based on the fact I don’t actually enjoy cardio at the gym, so anxiety apparently is my fix.
I hope the picture gave you a good laugh, it adds a bit of light hearted humor to a pretty serious topic, which is exactly what we need sometimes (by all means I’m not making fun of anxiety, because I know exactly what it’s capable of doing beyond “cardio”)
I don’t really like living with the question “what if?”
If I can avoid it – I will.
I’m pretty direct when I communicate it can be scary and liberating all at the same time. I wasn’t always as direct as I am now, but an accumulation of what ifs made it clear something had to change. Anddddd I can honestly say I’ve found more piece of mind when it comes to the dealings of my life. Being clear is always the most effective path. (I think)
I don’t always get the answer I want BUT I still get an answer. And an answer illustrates that I tried. I did all I could do and because of that – I can live with the answer. (Even if a person omits an answer …. silence can be heard loud and clear)
Sure, when the answer is “no” it hurts, it stings and honestly sometimes it makes me cry. That makes me human and that would make you human as well. BUT what I’m slowly starting to realize is “rejection” is merely me avoiding the wrong path. A “no” from a person, a job, a school… means that I’l be finding the right yes that much sooner.
No happens, but eventually we’ll get the yes – so keep trying. Don’t live with an overshadowing what if because of fear. Talk, ask & apply yourself; when you’ve done all you can do you’ll thank yourself. Their won’t be any looming uncertainty.
No is an answer, it may not seem like the right one to us in the moment BUT when all the pieces fit together we’ll look back and see our growth and be amazed that we had the strength to move forward and keep trying and for heavens sake that the one particular no could have been a saving grace in our life leading us to greater opportunities.
Live and Learn and avoid the what ifs?