BEING LOST, AND WHY THAT’S OKAY.

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Feeling lost is something I know well. When you feel like you’re floating around with no clear path. Unsure which way to turn.

That’s where this post came from.

To remind you that it’s okay to feel lost.

In fact, it could be a good thing. It could lead you to greater things.

There is nothing to feel ashamed about, it’s something every one on the planet has experienced. The people you look up to will have no doubt had there fair share of feeling like they don’t know what to do.

There’s no need to latch onto a direction you’re unsure of. Don’t try to convince yourself that you’ve suddenly found a passion project, for you to regret not patiently waiting for something right for you to come along. There is no ‘quick-fix’. Maybe its something you need to go through.

There’s such a buzz around being a girl-boss these days, which I totally love and talk about too, but we need to acknowledge that its normal to feel lost sometimes too.

I’m not the most patient person ever, if I want something, I usually wanted it 5 minutes ago. But I’m really trying to improve on this quality, because with patience comes trust. Trust in the universe to lead you the way that you need.

We are all on our own journey. Yes, its frustrating that we don’t know all the answers, but maybe we’re not supposed to.

Being lost is okay. Sometimes it’s exactly where we are supposed to be.

Have you ever felt this feeling?

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  • Mummyandliss

    I was thinking about this yesterday, I sat on the sofa just staring into thin air and really felt like I wasn’t even in the room, I guess that’s feeling lost. You’re definetely not alone & I completely agree, you don’t need to always put so much pressure on yourself. Just go at your own pace. Zoe x
    http://www.mummyandlissblog.com

    • Definitely going at your own pace is so important! xx

  • Lovely words. You always have a way of making people, me included, feel that we’re all going through things together. So lovely!
    I remember feeling very lost on the cusp of adulthood nearly ten years ago. But things do make sense a little more with time, age and being true to yourself. Xxx thank you for sharing your experiences. X

    Bestest wishes as always ( :

    Keep Calm and start writing ~
    http://www.23millymay25.blogspot.co.uk

  • This was such a comforting post to read, and it’s so nice to be able to relate too. Lovely article!

    Anika xo | anikamay.co.uk

  • Definitely true! I often feel soo lost and I think that’s okay – we all need a little time to find our way! x