Today is a good day to have a good day.

You have to start somewhere, right?

My biggest hurdle I’ve ever had to overcome has been consistency.

Let me explain.

I have an entirely overactive imagination. I will be in the deepest part of my workday and I promise you that I am still daydreaming. I’ve always been this way. My mind goes to places far away constantly. Because of this, I like to consider myself an idea person. I’m constantly coming up with new ideas. The moment that inspiration strikes, I’m full of motivation and vigor.

But then, as soon as it appears, all of that motivation and vigor disappear. I’m frequently left with unfinished projects, ideas half-realized (not at work) and I grapple to hang on to that will to finish something.

Where am I going with this?

Let’s consider this a lesson in consistency. At home, there are so many things I want to accomplish (this blog is one of those things). Whether it be craft projects, furniture DIY’s or trying out new recipes… I’m setting out to finish the goals, the ideas I have for myself.

I don’t want to stop dreaming, but I do want to start making things into a concrete reality.



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