There Are Reasons and There Are Excuses…But Actually Excuses

A great blog post about realising the opportunities we have and why we don’t go after what we want. Many of us make excuses for staying in an unhappy state and stop ourselves from actively pursuing changes in our lives that can promote happiness and get us to where we want to be. It’s all about focusing on the opportunities we have rather than the lack 🙂

7 thoughts on “There Are Reasons and There Are Excuses…But Actually Excuses

  1. Sparkyjen

    My beloved mother wasn’t big on excuses, so she encouraged us not to give her any. I’m glad she was so strict about this. It has helped me to excel in my life, and so be a lot happier. I figure by the time I recite all the reasons why I shouldn’t do this or that, I can have it accomplished. That sense that I’ve done and dusted yet another thing (within reason) makes my day, and allows me to sleep better at night. Toss out the excuses. Plan and prepare. Seek balance in all things. Just do it!

    1. Jenny M

      So true! You were very blessed that your mother instilled that in you from an early age. I think it really sets a person up for a great, positive mindset through life. Excuses definitely damage our potential to be happy.

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