the one about redesign

the one about redesign

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Levi’s Women’s Classic Short . Ballet Flats  . similar bag  .

similar bag  . sunglasses . sweatshirt from this etsy shop

I wanted to talk about something other than an outfit and the weekend today. I know that’s not really my thing, but sometimes I like to throw a little post with some added flair  . . . something to provoke thought and prick hearts. Life isn’t all about fashion and design.

But I had some trouble. The problem is that my mind runs a hundred miles a minute so I can’t grab ahold of anything long enough to get more than a couple paragraphs out. I’ll finally get to the point where I have enough to say for a full post and then I  . . . I just stop. 

I question my writing. I question my voice. I question my knowledge on the subjects I choose to write on. For a couple days I was worried I was losing my touch. I worried that I had no more confidence in myself. But then I realized, that’s just my season of life right now.

I get the chance to redesign my life. Redesign my day to day. The basics are set, but I get to design the details. It’s like picking the accessories for the perfect jeans and white t.

So there’s a lot of questions. But really there’s lots of dreaming happening – dreaming of how and  what I want out of this new life I’ve gotten a chance at.

If you had a chance to redesign your life what would you do?

6 comments

  1. You should never question yourself, Bex! Yoou are an amazing woman! I’ll be praying for you in this new season of life and its redesign. If I had the chance to redesign my life, I would travel all over the world for a job I love with my husband!

  2. I’m so excited for you and this new chapter! So many possobilities!! If I could redesign my day to day (which I will be in a few months) I’d try to slow things down a bit. Take on a little less and really focus on what I do take on #thedream

  3. Sheryl says:

    Transitions in life bring about so many different emotions. I like to remind myself that every beginning has an ending. Starting a new chapter means you get to take what you have learned from the past and dream about the future. It’s also ok if you don’t know what that future looks like right now. I had the privilege of being able to redesign my life two years ago – although I’m still working on how it will ultimately look, it’s been the greatest jump I could have taken.

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