In the past, whenever I was faced with making a change I would often say, "I'll start tomorrow." My other favorite saying was,"I'll start on Monday." But whenever tomorrow and Monday rolled around I never started the change I was planning.
I had to decide that life my life begins today! I was tired of just existing. I wanted to start living!!!! I was tired of being a paggenger in my life. I had to take control and get back in the drivers seat. I am in control of my life and my destiny.

Now living life doesn't mean that things are perfect. There will be peaks and valleys. And in fact, some of these are the direct result of some of my decisions. However, I have control over how I react to the circumstances and situations. I am learning how to objectively look at my mistakes, take action and learn from them.

I am encouraging those of you who are sitting in the passenger seat of their live, to take the steering wheel back. We are all blessed with the lives we have and the families & friends in it. Stop putting things off. Stop waiting for the perfect day, month, etc. Things will never be perfect. Learn to enjoy and embrace each new day. Live Your Life Starting Now!!!!

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