On Wednesday of each week, I like to share a quote or poem that spoke to me. I am a Canva user, and as I was creating Pinterest banners for this week’s posts, I saw this quote.
I don’t know about you, but for many years in my life, I was consumed with what other people thought. I was afraid to be different. I didn’t want to stand out. I didn’t want anyone to think I was weird.
I’ve gotten older and I’ve realized not only am I weird, I am ok with it. Despite this, I sometimes still talk myself out of things I really want to do because…I’m worried about what others will think.
But, this quote shows up on my Canva and it reminds me, “hey, some of the greatest experiences of your life occurred when you stopped caring what others thought.”
I’m currently wrestling with a few more things I want to do that others won’t like. I can’t share yet, but I think I’m going to shake off others’ opinions and see for myself. What does this quote say to you?
Linking to Stonegable, Worthing Court, Cedar Hill Farmhouse, Confessions of a Plate Addict, The Turquoiseaquifer and Home, A Place of My Taste, The Happy Housie, The Blissful Bee, My Pinterventures, The Lady Prefers to Save, The Kolb Corner, Craving Some Creativity, Let’s Get Crafty, Diane and Dean DIY, Starfish Cottage, Bluesky Kitchen, Potentially Chic, McCall Manor, and Odds and Evans, The Quintessential Mommy, Christine Everyday, Little Miss Dexterous, Décor To Adore, Poofing the Pillows, At Home With Jemma, White Spray Paint, and French Country Cottage!