If you reset your life and went again…

What would you change?

What would you not do that you do now?

Would you work harder or less?

Would you travel more?

Would you spend more time or less online?

Would you take more chances?

Would you be riskier or more careful?

There are many choices that we could make if we could reset and play again our lives.

The thing is we can all hit ‘reset’ at any time and live a different life going forward. We can’t get back what’s gone but we can do everything, that we choose to change, differently now and for the rest of our lives.

Nothing is set in stone other than one day our journeys will end.

If you get a chance and want some inspiration for one thing that you might change, I came across this life-changing read today, worth another few minutes to read this – click the link below.

Holly Butcher 1990-2018

Start on what matters right now


If something really matters at a moment in our lives, then we will always find the motivation, the time, the effort and the focus to get it done once we have overcome our fears, which gets easier the more we practice.

The excuses come when something really does not matter, certainly as much as we sometimes profess it to matter or feel pressured to say that it’s important.

We aren’t born with knowing what is the most important thing and rarely is there a single reason for our existence. However, unless we try different things, unless we give something a go, we will never know if it works or not, we will never learn and evolve to our best potential.

Once we start out on pursuing our dreams, we learn sometimes that this was not for us, not the thing that mattered as much as we thought.That’s OK, we are allowed to change our minds.

What is a great shame is if we never set out on things that matter at that moment, do not take that current burning desire, as we will never evolve, we will never get the chance to discover something magical that just might be our thing in life.

Rarely do our priorities, interests, inspirations remain constant for a lifetime, they change, evolve, and get better, however, only if we start on what matters to us right now.

Don’t remain stuck regretting what might have been and don’t miss that opportunity to open pathways to greater things, you have to try to know what’s next.