Entering a new month is like meeting a stranger. On that note, February and I must have a proper introduction.
After taking a substantial breather from January, February strikes me as an alarm clock, urging me to wake up and get going with what I’m supposed to do. Honestly, I had so many plans for 2015 and really, all of them are enough to keep me busy. But at the beginning of this year, new things start popping out, changing my direction. And now I have snapped into deep abandon, allowing new things to just fall into place.
There’s something sublimely wonderful about letting something more divine to orchestrate your fate. But then, much more marvelous is the knowledge that you can do your own kind of push in making things happen.
I guess, that kind of pushing starts right now.
Sunday made a lot of impact for me, reminding me about life and how our millions of minutes can influence others in so many degrees. I can’t just loathe around and wait for things to happen for me. While destiny weaves its plans in the background, I have to move too. With that, I remind myself to…
- Walk out of the box. It’s about time I leave my sleep, but I’m taking the lessons I had learned with me. My January detox helped me to discern which to discard and which to focus on, and I’d like to put me efforts as seeds into lands that will grow. There’s a lot of people in need of encouragement, of inspiration, of a warm embrace even. Now is the time to pay kindness forward.
- Move on from frustrations. Don’t look back. 2014 has been, in some ways, frustrating for me, people-wise. When I thought talking about it will heal me, it only scarred me more. Frustration remained and grew every time I think about it. So this time, I’m letting that bundle go, move forward, and never look back.
- Don’t close your eyes, amazing things are going to happen. There’s a promise of miracles, lurking at every corners of 2015. They’re bound to jump into expecting hearts, and I want mine to have a large space enough to accommodate a heavy downpour of awesome.
And I’m ready. I’m ready to give, ready to receive.
Oh, and this amazing font featured on this post is Manhattan Darling, a lovable, grungy brush script which I fell in love with at first sight. Find this font on Creative Market.