Plaid To Let Go


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Like every year, 2017 was filled with let downs and major disappointments along with a good handful of sweet morsels. With every year being so unpredictable, I feel it’s best to approach it in a mentally less emotional, shallowly high, blissful bubble of expectation of ‘this year is going to be the best year yet!’ way. Especially given how emotionally drained both 2016 and 2017 left me. There’s nothing worse than holding high expectations that something would work out your way, and then things don’t turn out as expected. So, in order to be less disappointed with whatever 2018 brings, I’ve decided to approach this new year the way I used to when I was in my teens and twenties. Curious? Here it is:

Have no dawg on expectations! Why? Well, because if you have no expectations, you have no reason to be disappointed. Some might be quick to say, “how cynical!” Yet, having expectations that are flawed because they are based on a distorted interpretation of reality not only will confine you, but limit your potential because it restricts what you will do at any one moment in time. Letting go of them - makes us just go with the flow of life, which allows for more spontaneity, creativity, and opens the mind to new possibilities, perspectives, and opportunities. Now, it’s not to say I won’t have small reachable goals along the way, but you can potentially be pleasantly surprised where life leads you unexpectedly when you don’t set everything in stone. 


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