This past week I have come close and even argued a bit with my inner decision maker.
You see, decisions are not always easy for me. In fact - they're rather hard:
When a decision weighs on me, I turn into a neurotic-over-thinking-broken-record.
I go on and on and on and on debating, deliberating, considering, fearing, questioning.
I get anxious about my decision and don't rest until I have finally MADE a decision.
And when I do - my decision is firm and well thought of.
But the journey there... yikes... the journey there is exhausting!
I spend HOURS going back and forth in my head, taking in consideration every pros and cons, every variable, everything within my control.
All so I could make a decision I could rest assure about.
And the key for lifting up my inner decider is to tell her that:
*You cannot make a mistake.
*Nothing is in your control anyway.
*You are doing your best.
*Nobody will be mad at you for your decision and if someone IS - FUCK THEM ALL!
*Just do it. (Better words were never spoken)
So listen up, inner decider, consider yourself LIFTED.
I'm here for you anytime, but please grow some courage and JUST DO IT ALREADY!
In April 2020, while experiencing her first ever global pandemic, Tamar Pelzig pledged to write something every day, even if it's only a word, so she welcomed to the world a daily blog to keep her creative writing wheels rolling.
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