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Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about change and how difficult it can sometimes feel.

I mean, I want to be the best mom I can be. I want to be a better friend. I want to be a great business owner and grow my business to help support my family. I want. I want. I want. But yet, here I am. Still wishing I were something I’m just not yet – because I’m too afraid to get off my booty and try harder.  So . . . for the rest of the week, this is going to be my mantra. I’m going to decide what I want to be, and by golly! I’m gonna be it.

Download the pink triangle printable below. or click here for a mint version.

And guys? Go be what you want to be! What’s holding you back?

Decide what to be and go be it

**Have an idea for a future printable? Let me know in the comments!

Comments

  1. says

    I have no idea for a new printable, but I do know about the “wanting”. I’ve been thinking for the past 2 years about starting my own webshop, besides my regular parttime job (which has been boring since my pregnancy leave, very very very boring). So I could work from home, work more directly for my money. Last year, I made more detailed plans (not yet detailed enough to start), but more like a business plan. Part of that plan is to develop myself more in a more creative area. And then I saw a vacancy for a volunteer job at a little creative organisation. It was fit for me. It was fit for my plan. It was perfect! Even the amount: 8 hrs a week should be doable besides my job. So there I was. Thinking about applying. Starting my letter.
    And thinking some more.
    And decided, I don’t have to do this now. I know it is possible, but now I want to focus on my family. I don’t want to be creative somewhere else. I want to be creative at home. I’ll save this plan for when the kids are going to junior school.
    After I Chose to keep my hobby a hobby, to try to implement more creativiness in my daily life, I was satisfied. No longer the need to look for other jobs, or starting on my own. I made a choice, I am not restless anymore. I accept that my job can be boring, and I am ok with it.
    For now ;).
    I’ll review my plans in half a year again, but this printable is just so right!

    Oh, I do have an idea for a new printable: A follow up on this one, an artful list (so it is pretty when printing it), and SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant or realistic, and time-bound)
    Date:
    Choice: Be a better friend
    How?: Call friends more often. Send unexpected cards. Meet friends.
    Measurable & realistic: 1 card, a week, and 1 “date” a month.
    Review date: 6 months from now.
    Maybe a bit (lot) less business like though.
    Oh, and if you don’t stick to your plan, then review your plan. Is it realistic to think I’m going to call 3 friends in one week, make 4 cards every week, meet 2 friends every week? Nope. Not for me. Small steps.
    I should stop now, I’m using too much page space with my comment. I just don’t know when to stop… so I’ll stop now.
    greetings,
    Debbie.

    • says

      Debbie,
      Thank you so much for your idea. That is a great one! I know it would be really helpful for me to be able to write out my goals that way.

      Also, I’m glad I’m not alone in my “wanting”… It’s a tough place to be, right? I’m so glad you were able to figure out what (and WHERE) you wanted to be. Hopefully I can join you in that spot soon!