Love and Life

It’s Your Decision

love your choices |

The more you love your decisions, the less you need others to love them!

I have been thinking about this for a few days now…

Every day we spend so much time and energy making decisions between equally good choices.

Should I eat cookies and brownies or baked chicken and spinach. Both of those choices have their benefits and drawbacks.

Do I even need to give you the benefits of cookies? After all, it’s cookies…And while baked chicken and spinach isn’t quite as tasty as cookies, it provides your body with the proper fuel it needs to be healthy and go about your day. (but, that is a whole different post…)

Making choices and decisions are not always as easy as what should I eat today.  Naturally some choices are harder to make than others.

do what you feel to be right |

When making a decision keep in mind that it is your choice!  Ultimately it doesn’t matter what other people think.  You don’t need to feel insecure or ask everyone else opinion before making a choice.  Being that way will never help you to make the right choice for you.  

I’m not suggesting that getting sound advice from a trusted individual is not necessary.  In my nursing career, I collaborate with other nurses all the time to make the best decision for our patients. What I mean is, you don’t need to consult Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with all of life’s decision to seek the approval of the masses.

The more you love your decisions, the less you need others to love them!

The choice is Yours |

Here are three tips to think about when making a decision…

1. If the choice is between two good options and you just cannot decide, instead of asking for every one else’s opinion, flip a coin.  I am serious!  While the coin is in the air the choice that you hope it lands on is the one that you truly want.

2. The majority of people are most likely not even paying attention to your decisions. I am not saying this to be mean spirited.  Most people are too worried about what other people are think of them to be worried about you.

3. Those few people that are noticing you and your choices and  passing judgment on you are not really the people that you want to be around anyway.

Have confidence in yourself and in the fact that you can make your own choices no matter what others are going to think.  Make good choices and love the choices that you make.

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