Just Do You

I’m realizing more and more that not everyone will get your vision or what you’re doing. You have to move past those people and situations and keep your focus. Don’t lose your traction due to distractions (my dad told me that a few years ago). You have to stay the course, whatever that course is for you. There will be ups and downs and I know this personally for myself. Not everyday will be great and not everyday will be hell on earth, but the day “WILL” be what you decide and make it be. You can’t expect others to see or understand what God has given you to do. I don’t expect that anymore but other people’s opinions whether they meant them for harm or good, have changed how I moved and the decisions I made about things directly affecting me and my life. So, now I’ve learned not to share so much of what I am or am not doing. People will see your progress as you evolve. I am so excited about the things that are going on with me. I don’t always feel like I’m on cloud 9, but I do not lose focus of what I am meant to do. My journey, my story, my blog, and everything else that’s coming in the future is all apart of my ministry and my purpose in life. Don’t be discouraged, don’t get down, don’t lose hope, your moment is here and now. Live in it!

Until next time,

ShesThatRNspiration

Published by ShesThatRN

I am an RN working on my DNP, preparing to launch several aspects of my new business and writing and getting ready to publish my first book. I love to write so blogging seemed like a great way to naturally express myself and publish my journey as a nurse.

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