Turning thoughts into Action

       Finally, after constantly thinking that I need to get a blog done, I am able to do it.  I know that it has been such a long time since I have wrote.  Time just slips away.  Holidays and gatherings with ones that you love and then general life throws its messes twists and turns  in at you, however I have not forgot about the ones that I am hoping to help along the way. Before you know it days turns into weeks and weeks turn into months and before you know it, time has slipped away


    New Year, New Goals and I am hoping that writing will make a difference in one’s life because when I have made a difference in one person’s life then I know I did the job (or goal) that I have set out to do.

   So the best thing that I can recommend when you have a certain goal that you want to achieve and promised that you want to complete in a timely manner the biggest thing is do what Santa does, make a list a check it twice…..Ok, maybe I gone a little overboard but literally from articles I have read and people that I have talked to that are successful themselves- they do the following:

1) Make a list and have them within reach at all times- like in a place where you can see it everyday

(like the refrigerator or schedule book)

2)  Check off or Cross of events or tasks on the list as you go.

Doing this is one thing that helps increase one’s self confidence.

3)  Have others who will support you in your goal.

  • When you feel like giving up these are the folks who will help you to believe that the impossible is possible.   They also remind you that anything is possible when you believe.  (More on this at another time)

4) Set a certain day, or time every week or day  at which you work on certain tasks

5) Take large assignments and work on them over time.

  • No one is bionic bunny, and Rome wasn’t built in a day so we shouldn’t expect to get large things done at once.  However, this is much easier said done, I know because this is one of my weakest points.

   Before you know it, ideas that you have will turn into reality.  Things that seemed to be impossible end up turning into the possible and your big ideas will become true.


About Cathie

I live in Buffalo, New York. We are located about 15 minutes away from the Peace Bridge. Some day I am hoping to become an advocate for the disabled but until that happens I am just doing little things. I graduated in 2010 from Erie Community College with my degree in Paralegal Studies, and in my spare time like to knit, take pictures, and minster the word of God through music at the church I go to, St. Joseph University Parish located in the University neighborhood of one of the college communities. I recently met some folks that has inspired me to become a blogger as a formation of my treatment for my depression and diabetes. I have had Type 1 diabetes since I was 12 and depression since I was 16. This blog was created to help you- my fellow cyber friend as a primary way to help you feel that you are not alone. Please remember that none of what I write is recommend for use in your own treatment as I am not a medical professional, nor do I ever want to be one. It is just what works for me and what my outlook on certain perspectives are. The professionals I work with tell me by blogging, I am putting another tool in the assistance toolbox for the coping skills of life. Thank you for coming and visiting my blog's. I can be reached by email (cathiekw88@gmail.com) if you have any thoughts or suggestions that you would like to share.
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