Sunday, 25 February 2018


Now and then you might feel a tad lost on your path which is normal. In my experience, the worst thing you can do is quit, the best thing you can do is carry on. 

Wait a minute, I hear you! "If I don't know what to do anymore, Charley, how can I keep going?". There are many things you can do and here are the 4 I think are the most valuable.

1. Remind yourself what your goals are and why - the reasons will hopefully motivate you.

2. Analyse where you are so far - the results will give you clarity and inspire your next move.

3. Review the steps you've already taken - this will show you where you haven't been, or what you haven't tried, or considered yet.

4. Reach out - If you need help, get it! Have you ever heard of a King, or Queen, who rules on their own?

Once you've answered those questions, honestly, you need to then realise what more you need to do, make a list and then start working your way through it. 

When you feel like you've tried absolutely everything you can possibly try to better your circumstances; to improve your situation and to take yourself further forward towards your goals, take a breather to gather your thoughts, but, keep going! Literally!! 

The photo above is highly flawed, however, it still serves its purpose. It's beyond cliché to say this, but, pushing through, regardless of any struggles, or imperfections, together with consistency, will pay off eventually.

Another short post, but, I hope, if it resonates, you can take something useful from it. Xx

Thanks for reading.
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Random fact > As positively driven, optimistic and hopeful as I am, I've experienced some really dark times which I have always kept to myself. I survive and overcome each hurdle by choice - I refuse to give up and I encourage you to do the same!


  1. Very positive learnt alot miss these applies to all life exp keep up the hard work.

  2. This is exactly what I told myself when I took a break from blogging. I couldn't find time and balance between my life, family, a full time job along with blogging. I asked myself why I started and was reminded of the first post I published.

    Nevertheless, I'm back! :)

    Great advice.

  3. Sakshi, that's amazing! I'm happy for you. Hope you've achieved the balance you needed and things are going well x


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