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Musings from A Badass Hummingbird-a blog by bg

Writing has always been a creative outlet for me.  This blog is the world through my eyes.  My musings and viewpoints on my personal journey through this awesome thing called Life.  I want to share my struggles, my triumphs and my insights with you.  This is a place where I will be me.  I welcome thoughtful discussion and the opinions of others so please join in the conversation.  Oh, and the picture is one of my tattoos.  Hummingbirds have been showing up all around me ever since I decided to go after the balanced, healthy and authentic life I have always wanted.  They do the impossible and defy the laws of physics.  I find great inspiration in the hummingbird and I strive to do the impossible every day for myself.  

Looking at My 'To Do' List like..."I think I need a glass of wine"

Brooke Giguere

Holy hell and Happy Monday to me.  Just looking over my ‘To Do’ List for today and the rest of the week.  Ambitious describes it best.  I set some intense goals for myself to round out the end of the month and I know damn well I can accomplish them but I kinda freaked this morning when my reminder notifications started dinging on my phone.  I set goals big enough to stretch me but not so big that I set myself up to fail, so what gives??  Why am I feeling the pressure?

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Jump, Baby. Jump.

Brooke Giguere

Got a little riddle for ya today.

Five frogs are sitting on a log.  Four frogs decide to jump off.  How many frogs are left?

…Take your time and give it some thought.  But not too much thought, this is supposed to be fun.  Ready for the answer?

Five. Yup, FIVE.  

Four of the frogs only decided to jump off the log.  But none of the frogs actually did any jumping.  They are all still chilling on that log.  Hmph

 

There is a big difference between "deciding” something and “doing” something.

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