Do you ever notice yourself (or others) getting stuck on the right way to …
- reach a destination, by car or otherwise?
- perform a particular task?
- move towards a goal?
- try something new?
- express yourself?
- interact with other people?
- do every big and little thing?
While it can be helpful to weigh options and choose a good-enough next step, focusing too much on “the right way” can lead to
- time wasting,
- frustration,, and
Am I creating this blog post the right way, this Thursday morning? And, are you stuck in thoughts about doing something the “right way” as you’re reading it?
Did I take these photos the right way?
I think the right way to proceed, now, is to tell you that the most righteous photo in that batch was taken by my boyfriend Michael (shown holding a Star Wars action figure the right way, above).
Which photo is it that Michael took the right way? The right way to let me know is to comment below.
Before I end this post the right way (with gratitude), here’s something I wrote to friends last night:
I’ve decided today that I am not going to be making a fool of myself when I try out for The Voice in February. That’s a win already!
Right-way thanks to Michael, cats and other creatures, people with compassion, and you — of course! — no matter what next thing you choose to do.