Full of excitement
I could see the little sparkly pompoms
The fairy lights..
Until I tried it on.
My Christmas tree outfit was too much.
It did not fit over my head.
I go back on to eBay to check the small print.
“Used as a costume for my son’s Christmas fancy dress. He won best costume. No longer needed.”
That explains it.
“Always read the small print” I thought.
But I could beat myself up
Or do something about it…
I bought a little Christmas tree hat to go on my head
And no one would ever really know it was meant to be for a 4 year old….
And the really interesting part?
Just so happens that one of my daughters is a Christmas tree in this Nativity this year at school.
(my other daughter is a unicorn… must be from the newer testament?)
And it fits her perfectly.
So that ‘silly me’ moment could not have really worked out better.
Why am I sharing this?
Well, we never really know whether a decision / choice is a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ one
But we are often so quick to judge
We end up wasting energy beating ourselves up .
I seem to be having more and more conversations with people
To reassure them.
Which is a part of being a coach.
I mean, years of being told that you HAVE to follow something 100% or you fail..
Takes its toll.
But my challenge to you is to be curious, not critical .
^^ read that again
What would I do differently next time knowing what I know now?
And it brings me to the question of what is the best diet for you?
And I spoke about what to do HERE : https://www.facebook.com/MattFruciNutrition/videos/518382213644633
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