How You Know You’re On The Right Path

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It’s easy to know when you’re on the right path. When you’re in the correct place, you feel motivated and content most of the time. You don’t wonder if it’s right, because it’s already clear. You don’t need to think twice about what you really want.

Sonetimes you get a gut feeling about someone or something – it’s not that they’re bad or wrong for other people, but if it doesn’t feel right for you it means it’s not for you. If there’s a lot of stress, obstacles, and conflicted feelings, it’s a sign you’re better off taking a new turn.

It’s not that everything’s perfect when you’re on the correct path, but everything feels “right” even when challenges arise. You are excited to wake up everyday to face the life you’ve created and there’s no second guessing that you’re where you want to be.

Some people believe life always needs to be rushed, stressful, and hard. Of course, sacrifices do need to be made sometimes and it will take hard work to get where you want to be – I didn’t say feeling right meant that it will always be easy. People don’t mind working hard when it’s going toward their dream life.

The bottom line is: When something is for you, you just know. The decision is simple. If you’re unsure about two different choices, imagine how you’d feel if one choice was taken away. That may be your answer.

People’s opinions or insights about what you’re doing won’t sway you when you’re thriving on the inside. When you feel at peace with where you’re at, you know you’re going the right way. ❤️

8 comments

    • That’s very kind of you to say. I’m not sure if I’m very good but I appreciate you saying so. Well, you did wonderfully with writing that sentence! Also, you may or not be aware there’s some famous dyslexic authors. 😊https://www.writersdigest.com/be-inspired/dyslexia-is-a-writers-superpower-with-help

      • Aw that’s really sweet and lovely to hear. 😊
        I hope you found the article helpful. I’m sure you would be a great writer and your writing is clear and concise in the comments, too. I hope you have fun with creating something when you’re ready.

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