Get ready now!!……
Dubai at Night
It’s been over a week since I’ve posted on this blog so I do apologise for this, I haven’t forgot about you.
Being prepared for an opportunity puts you in pole position and I know this has worked for me now and in the past. Preparation is the key to making things happen because you are setting yourself up for when the opportunity takes a smile.
So if you’re hoping and waiting and wanting that perfect opportunity, get yourself prepared now, do what you can today and you’ll be welcoming that new gateway with open arms.
The gateway to the world is there for the taking, do what you can today and it will reduce or fully eliminate all fears of the unknown.
Lots of love to you today,
Brave and inspiring change….
I was scrolling down my Facebook feed this morning, and one status from a teacher friend immediately stood out:
‘Is it wrong to have the Sunday night blues at this time in a morning?’
How I remember that feeling. Twelve months ago, my state of mind was exactly the same, except, my Sunday night blues would start on Saturday morning – the respite from the almost permanent state of anxiety I experienced would be on Friday nights, when I knew I wouldn’t have to face anything for two days and was busy comforting myself with huge amounts of junk food in an effort to make myself feel temporarily better.
Just over seven months ago, I decided that I’d had enough, and I quit my teaching job without a new job to go to. This was the scariest thing I have ever done – I’ve had a job since I got…
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It’s Never Too Late
It’s never too late to change direction in your career, you can change direction at any moment in your life.
If you had to change direction in your career, what direction would you go in? What other job or business would you like to have? Sometimes it’s really good to just think about these things because if you’re unhappy where you are, you can always change it. You are in control of your life, you just need to really truly believe that.
In my opinion, changing direction in your career can move you from stuck to unstuck to opportunities galore, yes, I really mean that, because I have experienced that for myself.
The thought of changing direction in your career can be quite scary but it can also feel really liberating too. So let this thought simmer in your mind a little longer, maybe you’ll change direction and maybe you won’t but there is no harm “window shopping” if you know what I mean.
Take a look at what’s out there, you’re only looking right?
Just a Girl Who Got it All, that’s the title of the latest book I’ve been reading by Tanya Bardo and I really did like it a lot, it was a fabulous refresher of how to continously bring positivity into your life.
It is a true story of Life Coach Tanya Bardo, who turned her dreams into reality, I love inspiring true stories.
Tanya shares insights into her life, what was happening to her when her thinking was almost always negative and how she managed to turn it around to much more positive thinking everyday in her life and the positive things that came from this.
It was a fabulous reminder to me to always keep a positive mind and to visualise right now having the life you want – I love doing that and the book got me doing this again.
There is a quote in the book which I really really loved and I loved it so much that I immediately shared it with my friend who then shared it with her family, this is it below:
“God will not take you to what he cannot pull you through.”
I just loved that quote, for me truly inspiring and full of pure faith.
The book was simple to read, easy to follow and a gentle refresher on the mind to stay positive.
I love reading inspirational books.
What is your most favourite inspirational book? I’d really love to know.
Thank you for being here, Clarabelle.
I didn’t know it, I honestly didn’t know this, for the best part of my life, I didn’t know this……I just didn’t.
Well, what is it, that I didn’t know?
I didn’t know that I could write, I didn’t know that I would want to write, I didn’t know that I was passionate about writing, until I started writing. I mean really started writing, regularly, consistently and being inspired to write on this blog.
It’s not that I didn’t write before, sure I’ve wrote many policies and procedures, I’ve written University Assignments, I’ve written Board Reports, I’ve written Client Summary Reports but and I mean a BIG BUT, to me, although they obviously were writing, they weren’t freedom writing, they weren’t my heart speaking and flowing with inspiring graciousness.
So to me there is “writing” and there is “real writing” and I am now captivated in the latter.
I am 41 years young now and I started this Clarabelle Blog at the age of 38, wow, has it really taken that long for me to hear my calling, for me to really truly listen to the whispers of my heart?? WOW!!
I guess it has…………………..and you know what, it doesn’t matter when in life you discover what your calling is, what’s more important is that you respond positively and do what your heart is telling you to do and in my case, I guess, it is writing……writing like this, yes, just like this, nothing too fancy, nothing too wordy, keeping it simple but full of inspirational wisdom with a poetic verse thrown in for good measure.
Isn’t life kinda funny, one minute you think you’re headed on one path and all of a sudden, something happens and you’re nudged up another path (notice I said “up” not “down”)!! Cos we’re on our way up here, right!!
I wonder what your heart is whispering to you…..I wonder? Do you wonder, or do you know the answer already to that one? I really hope you do and you are acting upon it.
Lots of love to you today, as always, Clarabelle