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There are better things to do in life…

…than worry

I decided to start this blog because Ben asked me the other day if there is anything that I really want to achieve, just for myself, and I said ‘one day, i’d like to write a book’, ‘good’ he said, ‘that means I know you because I guessed you would say that’. This gave me the idea to start a blog, a place I can write and use my creativity in a way that doesn’t involve criticizing myself (too much) and encourages me to focus on the good things I have rather than worrying and asking ‘but, what if?’ It’s not quite a novel but you never know what can come of things.

I am going to use this blog to talk about my life, my dreams, my loves and books, books, books!




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  1. The Citizen / Aug 28 2013 4:50 am

    “There are better things to do in life…than worry.”

    Thanks for the message. You know that day when you feel so down you just want to crawl back to bed and sleep all day and wake up when everything’s already okay? That’s how I felt when I woke up. Everything seemed not right, and then I read that line. It just hit me, and I’m feeling better now.

    • ljbradburn / Sep 1 2013 1:15 am

      I’m really glad it made you feel better 🙂 I definately do know those days (i’m sure I have a refillable worry hole somewhere in me that always has to have a worry in it!) and have to remind myself of my own motto quite often but it does seem to help me. Thanks for your message too, I hope you are okay and having a good day 🙂 The bad days can help us to realise just how good the good ones are xxx

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