When I sit down to write you a newsletter or blog post, I don’t always know what I’m going to say
I’ll often have an idea (in mind), or an intention (in heart), but I don’t always have a plan to follow.
I’ll always know why I’m emailing you or writing the post, and I’ll know what I want to remind you of, but I don’t always know what it’ll look like until it’s finished.
Take today, for example: I’m sitting in the library, with a good friend to my left, and my coffee to my right. (So technically, two good friends, amirite?)
I’m writing to invite you to work with me in my Love What You Create Workshop.
(That’s the ‘why’ bit.)
But I’m also writing to remind you that you don’t always have to know what you’re doing, in order to do it anyway.
(That’s the ‘what I want to remind you of’ bit.)
I have a poster up in my new reading nook that says I have no idea what I’m doing.
It’s from the latest issue of Frankie magazine, and every time I look at it, I smile, and take the pressure off myself.
My hubby remarked that he didn’t think I’d like that poster, and I know what he means; I love to know what I’m doing, I love to be working towards my dreams and reaching my goals, I love to know.
But we can’t always know, and that’s totally, and wonderfully okay.
And I’m thinking of this poster now, as I write this to you, because I don’t always know what I’m going to write to you.
But I write anyway.