And without yesterdays, the only reminders of our bad habits – fading memories of disapproval or disappointment – are scribbled notes on the lines of a travel journal. Able to bruise paper with the black and blue ink of our mistakes, we are also able to turn the pages. Draw something special. Record something better. List out positive moments; challenging experiences; improvements that add more to our journey than a thousand bad habits.
This year, I hope you move forward with more than accomplished resolutions. Choose a path that will not lead you back to earlier errors, but on to newer horizons. Good luck!
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Love this Kelli! Beautifully said. Now if I could apply it to my life.
Thanks, Stephanie! I love this quote- it’s something everyone should work on!
Such a lovely message! Really glad I found your blog :).