Fly Darling.

Darling,

I know you’ve been stuck doing the same things in the same way for as long as you can remember, and you’re not happy.

You’ve been doing everything you can just to survive and keep going.

You’re exhausted. More than that, your body aches and your soul is weary.

There comes a time when you have to realize that something has to change.

Whether it’s you, your life, your routine…something.

You’ll find, though, if you start with changing yourself, the rest of your life will fall in line.

Will it be easy? Absolutely not.

Will you always know what to do next? Probably not.

Will you still have bad days? Yes, you will.

There are no guarantees that you’re going to change as fast as you want or that it won’t scare you to death, because it will, more than likely.

But won’t it scare you more to live the rest of your days and never try to become more? Stop thinking about what could go wrong and start imagining the possibilities.

Change doesn’t have to be major or overnight, it can be small things in small ways that start to add up: Go back to school and learn something new you enjoy.

Change your style or hair.

Take that trip, eat the cake, start working out.

There’s opportunities all around you, just waiting for you to embrace a better you.

Don’t complain about your life if you’re not willing to step up and do something about it.

Take a deep breath.

This is your sign, your wake up call.

We aren’t promised tomorrow, so start somewhere today.

It’s okay to be scared and unsure.

That reminds you that you’re alive.

Stop putting off the things you’ve always wanted to do and start building a new life, brick by brick.
Be open enough to embrace change, brave enough to start, and courageous enough to chase it.

Today’s a new day and a beautiful chapter.

Start writing the life you’ve always wished you had.

You aren’t defined by where you’ve been or what’s happened to you.

You can’t change the beginning, but you can change the rest.

This is your chance.

Fly, darling…your wings are waiting.

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