The bumpy road of life 

I think about time quite a lot, it’s a part of every day life, it comes and goes in a flash with each and every day. The hours and minutes disappear quite literally before our eyes.

It’s a funny thing time~you can’t keep it and you can’t stop it from moving, but you can capture it and create memories with it. 

Photographs are a great memory of time, they never age although of course we do, looking back at them transports us right back to a place and time in our life’s that we will never be able to visit physically but just by looking at them we can feel the moment in our hearts and minds.

Time seems to be the answer to a lot of questions/scenarios how often do we say give it time? Or that it’ll get better when time passes?

How long is too long and how much is not enough time?

There are no answers to those questions and we all know that ultimately one day there will be no more time to say what we want to say or do what we want to do.

I like to think that I make the most of time, although I’m always rushing and trying to squeeze too much in, when really Sometimes I should be slowing down and taking the less is more approach.

I had lots of time last night when once again I couldn’t sleep, I lay wide awake just thinking about this and that. Thinking is all well and good but it has to be acted upon.

Aswell as restarting my weight loss journey I have concluded that things need to change in my life on the whole, cutting down on caffeine and getting more exercise aswell as being more productive with my time.

Spending quality time with the kids and making the most of it whilst we are together, initiating small changes which will make a big difference.

It’s all positive and that’s how I like to view life~I like to try and keep a smile on my face and give as much love and kindness as I can.

Here’s to a new journey along the bumpy road of life.

Happy Saturday everyone and much love to you all.❤️x 

10 thoughts on “The bumpy road of life 

  1. I too write and think about time a lot. There’s never enough time – that can send me into an existential panic. I am a ‘stuff your eyes with wonder’ person (Bradbury) but my favourite is from Phantom Tollbooth: “Time is a gift, given to you, given to give you the time you need, the time you need to have the time of your life. ”

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  2. Well done for having a positive outlook. That can be so important and to have goals and hobbies I find for me is a huge boost. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.
    Mainy x

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