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I wish I did!! No, no, I'm definitely of the "think everything through a thousand times before, during, after it happens and drive myself wild with the analysis". The what ifs just kill me!! Don't worry, you're not alone x
born with it, definately born with it..;)
I am so a do my head in overthinking kind of gal. I try the other way, and it works...sometimes....for a little while. Then I go back to being me.Is everything ok hun? I hope you are not waiting on anything potentially serious or anything. xxx
I wish I had that calm easygoing gene like my Hubby. Unfortunately I have the highly strung easily stressed gene. I sometimes wish I could swap, but then I guess I wouldn't be me.
Im pretty 'go with the flow' having the last 6mths off work has really helped...but as you know from my post sometimes at night it catches up with me :( Thanks for popping over to my blog xx
Haha, I love this Shar, I really do. Does it come across that I am a total stress head who worries about everything and everyone?? Because I am and I do. And like yourself, I would LOVE to buy some of that calm and chill. Hubby is the master of chill. The number of ledges he's talked me down from, metaphorically speaking... well, I owe that man (not that I'd tell him that!) I guess the good thing for us is that at least we don't have hubbies as highly strung as us ;o) xo
It must be genetic....I try so hard to go with the flow, but even if I can manage to achieve that during the day...my eyes still involuntarily snap open at 2am thinking...oh, no!
Love it when we're on each other's blogs at the same time, yay!!I'm really relaxed & easy going, never panic about my children & people either think i don't care or i'm just blessed with calm. Me, i calculate the risks in a nanosecond & my children are sensible, still children (wild, climb, jump, dive) but they are smart & make good decisions, ditto with who they are friends with.My husband is a think a billion times first, but does it quickly, he stresses, he's a soldier, his world is life & death, he has enough worry in his world for me to not absorb it & be calm. Straight up, not much has ever gone wrong in my life, i don't have many negative experiences to make me think of the worst & hold back. I can keep my eye on 4 children at a surf beach, happily trust my children will run free & happy at an unfenced school & not be kidnapped or run off . . . i put trust & respect in them, they feel it.All that said, we're looking to purchase 100-250 acres of land to build a house on, my husband is skipping heart beats & i'm skipping in my step for the excitign future, we've saved the money, this is what we want, he just finds money, terrifying, where i see it as positive. Want some of my bigger picture positive mentality?? Happy to share. Right down to driving 4 children, their bikes & dog 3500km solo, because if i didn't, i'd never leave the house. Just do it!! Love Posie
Oh can't be genetic, my mother was a panic type & my father stressed about absolutely everything. ONLY my sister inherited those genes, my brothers & i are all very cruisey, successful & big things going on in our lives, but relaxed about it. Love Posie
We all want in on that club! I hear meditation can help you with your application though. Kellie xx
Oh no way, man, when I am waiting for results or a big decision or email, I am a massive bundle of nerves!!! I didn't get that gene when they were passing it out either!In normal day to day life, I am most often go with the flow. It's a necessity for my survival with the three kids!
I am pretty easy going most of the time but I worry too. I worry when things have serious consequences and I have no control. I worry of I accidentally offend someone. It is an awful feeling. X
I've realised lately I'm a 'go with the flow' kinda person but in my case it's just sheer laziness... but I think sometimes it might just be a case of not worrying about the little stuff. But who knows, 'cause sometimes it's the smallest stuff that causes me the most angst.
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