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Food for thought.x

 Hello readers 


This is not something I would usually do on my blog but I saw this and needed to share as too many of us in the world put ourselves down and regret things we should not. I really want to share this image with you all.


 We should not regret things we have or have not done, things we should have done and things we shouldn't have done. There is  no point giving ourselves a hard time for these things. We are strong. We are independent. We are good people. Never regret a moment of your lives. Live for today and never look back with regret. Focus on our futures and what we can do.



This image was chosen from www.powersofpositivity.com 


Happy Friday All x


Love Mamma x

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  1. I love this! It's way too easy to look back and wish we had done things differently, but I think we are usually doing the best we can with what we know at the moment. :)

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    1. To often we can look back and just regret what we did or did not do I believe in living for the moment x

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  2. So very true! Thanks for posting this.

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    1. I love motivational quotes but this one got me and had to share it x

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  3. Thank you! I've been thinking about this today, as I ponder the changes that come in mid-life. We must let ourselves change, transform, let things go. No regrets.
    Thank you for visiting my blog :)

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    1. I saw it and it got me thinking. I do it my self and waste more time regretting than focusing on the future. No worries your content is brilliant, thankyou for stopping by at mine x

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  4. Thanks for a nudge in the proper direction, ahead! Also, thanks for visiting Buttercupland. Please stop by often.

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    1. And thankyou for visiting mine , loving your content x

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