One thing that I tend to do a lot is I put a lot of pressure on myself.
I always wonder if I'm doing something right. Is this action worthwhile? Am I making a mistake? How will this turn out?
This ends up being super exhausting.
So one of the things I'd been working on is to let go.
Let go of this pressure, to question whether what I'm doing is correct. Whether I've made the right decision. I just pick one thing and go.
Because what if all roads lead to Rome?
You just have to pick it, and commit to it, and go.
The rest of it is just wasted energy.
And if it doesn't? Then try again! Try something different!
We'd been so "groomed" to have to get the right answer.
But in real life, there is no such thing as a right answer.
There is just trial and error.
And what if it fails? As long as we don't die, we can always try again.
It makes things so much less daunting.
Maybe I'll find fun along the way.
And that's it! Finding fun along the way, instead of finding the correct way.
Breathe, Let go, Live.