You know that feeling when everything in your life is going right? Things are easy, you’re in flow, everything you do just seems to work out.
My life is not like that at the moment. In fact for the past four months it’s been fairly chaotic, with challenges and up’s and down’s that have left me hoping to get through the day without any new issue to deal with. Basically it’s not be fun and I feel like I’m so far from all my BIG DREAMS. I’m frustrated and fed up. Can you relate?
What’s keeping you stuck at the moment? What do you wish you were doing?
I’m desperate to finish my novel. I feel like I’ve been working on it forever and I’m not making any progress. Or at least I am but I can’t see it, I’m too close.
That’s why I’ve decided to get out one of my Celebrate & Create Achievement Art pictures and use it to help get me back on track, or at least to feel like I do have some control over my BIG DREAM and that I am making it happen. Even if it is in teeny, tiny steps.
What BIG DREAM are you working towards? Or wish you were working towards? Need some help getting out of the rut? Then why not join me and we can start achieving our dreams together.
You can read more about Celebrate & Create Achievement Art here...
Break down the BIG DREAM
I've put in some bigger goals too, like 'Make editor revisions'. I know this will probably be a poster in itself, with more steps involved; but it helps me to keep track of the overall goal and To Do's.
I've also left lots of spaces free, I know there are steps towards finishing my novel I haven't even though of yet, so I can add them in when I get to them.
Want to join me? I'd love to help you make your BIG DREAM come true too.
You can use the pictures for anything -
UK peeps - check the Celebrate & Create Achievement Art here...
International peeps - you can find the downloadable posters on Etsy
Claire Wade is the winner of the Good Housekeeping Novel Competition and author of The Choice. She was bed bound for six years with severe ME, trapped in a body that wouldn't do what she wanted. She now writes about women who want to break free from the constraints of their lives, a subject she's deeply familiar with.