The key to avoid being crushed by life’s disappointments is to always have a backup plan – that’s what I’ve realized.
It’s 11 : 56 AM on day 2534 of my journey towards independence and I managed to pray, read , have breakfast, read James 2: 17 and promote my 50 New Feet Campaign benefiting MiracleFeet – raised to $3 125 only $9 375 more to raise by June 17, 2018 to help 50 kids with clubfoot .
Today I realized that the key to avoid being crushed by life’s disappointments is to always have a backup plan (it’s great to have a goal but as my father always says to me don’t put all your eggs in one basket )
Things don’t always work out as planned so it’s good to have a backup plan – that’s what I learned today.
It’s 1 : 04 PM on day 1376 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to pray, brush my teeth, read Psalm 63, publish my Disability of the Day feature, feed myself egg and bread for breakfast, promote my Eradicate AIDS campaign – still on 83% things could be better but things could also be worse I’m choosing to look on the bright side at least i’m on 83% and not on 0% now that would be a disaster LOL – practice sitting up straight to strengthen my core muscles and stretch my hamstrings.
This morning I found out that something I thought was going to happen wasn’t going to happen I was bummed but it wasn’t a trainsmash because I had a backup plan. Do you always have a backup plan or do you put all your eggs in one basket and fall apart when things don’t work out as planned?