Our next guest write in is by a very special person @CrazedRocka_. She’s an amazing writer who you can relate to. She writes about familiar things, so there’s no way you can get lost. Two blogs!!! I mean c’mon … its hard enough to keep up with one! She has a great eye for fashion and loves photography (just check out her fashion blog) and to see more of her work click here. Enjoy!!!
Clothes sprawled on the floor like a red carpet, shoes, like a design, works yet to be done, not to even talk of being submitted, racing against so many deadlines, yes, I have to grudgingly admit that my life has been messy for a while. Yeah, I know I say I thrive in the mess, but I guess, it has to stop. If there’s something about me, I hate making decisions. I will do whatever is in my power to stop making a decision, be it important or trivial. I really don’t know why. And there it is, my epic answer to avoid making a decision, (I don’t know). It seems to piss a lot of people off and I know it makes me sound unreliable. But I’ve gotten to a place where I have decided, after long moments of soul searching and sad song listening, that it’s time to grow up. I cannot keep living, putting off making major decisions till the last minute. And it really has affected me in so many areas in my life. Yeah, I know I sound like some cheesy movie but, yeah, I’m going all the way.
“What are you going to do? How is it going to be? Are you sure? Are you okay?”
I’m tired of not knowing how the day is going to be, I’m tired of not knowing what to do, I’m tired of not being sure of myself, and I’m very tired of not knowing if I am okay. I’m tired of not having an answer to all these stupid questions. I know I sound like the reverse of my former slogan, “Take it as it comes”. But the hard part is, I’m not God, how the hell am I sure that what I’m going to do work out? How will I know how it’s going to be? I’m not some witch or weather or life forecaster, But, I’m sure everything’s going to be okay. Even though it takes days, weeks, months, years, decades, millenniums, (you get my point). I do know I’ll eventually be fine. I’m tougher than any situation; all that’s left of me is to believe it.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do, I do not know how it’s going to be like, but I’m sure and I do know, it’s going to be okay. Maybe even superb, or really crappy, but I know I’ll get through”.
Click on the link above to get to her facebook page. And make a decision today … Let there be a drastic reduction in your ‘I DON’T KNOW’s. Have an amazing day!!!