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What If...

You took every opportunity that came your way?
What would life look like if you said YES to everything?

We decided at the end of last year to start taking each opportunity presenting itself...

We have always been pretty good at doing this, but somehow got caught up in our comfort zone and found ourselves becoming indecisive, dithering about and constantly flipping back and forth - weighing everything up and making excuses for why we couldn't do things...

We realised that in order to move on - we really needed to stop doing this, so we made a decision to change.
We have embraced this way of thinking and so far, our lives are taking some very interesting twists and turns.
We wake up every morning full of excitement and realise we no longer feel any fear for new challenges, instead we are filled with determination to make the most out of every situation. 

So what are you waiting for?
If you want to make changes in your life - you really do have to step out of your comfort zone and make that leap, even when it may be the scariest thing you have ever done...
Just say YES and go for it!!!



Kay and Sime
xx

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