Posted on September 26, 2014
What Advice Would You Give?
Welcome to Fall friends!
When the autumn arrives in September, we have had the opportunity to settle into our new routines after the fun-filled summer. For me, autumn is that time of year when we still experience the warmth of the sun during the day, yet we get to start bundling up in the evenings and slowly get ready for the darker nights of winter. It is a reflective time of year for me.
I love to see the beauty of the land that grew, blossomed, and now begins to fall back to the earth. I get to see children back in school ready to tackle another year of awesome learning. Mostly, I enjoy the experience of looking back over the year so far, reflecting on all of the experiences that have brought me to where I am today. (It’s also my birthday month, so reflection on the year is very present!)
Do you ever notice when you look back on life, some things stand out that you wish you would have done differently? That said, you can’t go backward. Acceptance of where you are at right now is so important in being present in your life.
So what can you do with those thoughts of the past and how you would have done things differently?
Give loving advice to others that are walking closely behind you in similar steps. Tweet This!
It is especially kind to do this when opportunities arise or when you feel you can really offer someone support. But please remember, part of giving advice is letting go of it once you offer it. By this I mean, respecting the person you offer it to is still going chose their own path.
So I ask you, if you reflect back on this past year or another time in your life where you would have done something differently, what advice would you give others that are following in similar footsteps?
Please share the loving advice you would give the younger version of yourself in the comments section or on the my group Facebook page, so others can benefit from your experiences and lessons.
Thank you for spending your time with me today. It is a pleasure to share it with you.
Want to check out new articles as they come available? Subscribe to my blog on the side panel.
Contact me to learn more about what I do and how working together can help you feel more confident in your decisions, so you don’t have to look back and wish you had done it differently.
with love and gratitude,