typography tuesday

I saw this phrase on Pinterest a couple weeks ago, and I haven't been able to get it out of my head.

To me, this means that in order to be living a full life, I can't just go where life takes me. I need to have direction. What's the point of being ambitious if I don't care where I go? It reminds me of this post from last year.

For the last year or so I've been pretty sure what I was doing with my future, well, as far as my career goes. But lately, things have changed, and now it seems as if everything is up in the air. I catch myself thinking things like "just go with it" or "i'll end up where i'm supposed to be." But the truth is, if I don't figure out what my options are, where I want to be, and work my tail off for it, I may end up somewhere I hate, living a life I despise.

I have no clue where I'll be a year, or even 7 months from now. It's completely up in the air. And I'm not gonna to lie, I'm scared to death.

Have you ever felt like this? If you have, I'd love to hear your story.

1 comment

  1. I've definitely been in your position before. Here's what I suggest - choose a path and work your butt off to reach the end goal. You're starting to realize that you probably have about 2-3 really great options in front of you and you have no idea which one is going to ultimately make you the happiest. All I know is that as long as all of them are good options, you can't go wrong... and Heavenly Father won't let you go wrong. Even if you start down one path that you actually think is going to be the best for you, if it's not, He'll turn you around, or make you turn right, so that you loop back around to path number 2.
    Just breathe. And pray. Pray pray pray for guidance. But at the same time, I've found that praying for Him to show me which path to take never really worked out super well. You just have to choose one and roll with it and He'll end up guiding you to the right one. Always. Love you, B :) You got this.