Creative energy should never end. My biggest no-no is to stay stagnant, even for a day.
If you have noticed, my site was down for a week. Last week was an unusually challenging one, as I had to deal with an unsolvable bug issue on my site. Imagine a non-technical person attempting to solve a technical problem! Lol! Even the techies could not pinpoint what went wrong! It slowed down a lot of my progress as I could not do up my site.
While I was almost nearing the rear end of feeling down, I caught myself and redirected my focus onto something more productive. One of them was reading. I visualized the kind of site and the kind of content I would love to put up. Then I started study up all my favourite bloggers.
During my study spree, I chanced upon this article from Eric Barker:
I was pretty sure, that this article was meant for me. The Universe probably wanted to tell me that not all is lost. According to the article, point #4, turning bad luck into good suggests:
Lucky people see the positive side of their bad luck.
Lucky people are convinced that any ill fortune in their lives will, in the long run, work out for the best.
Lucky people do not dwell on their ill fortune.
Lucky people take constructive steps to prevent more bad luck in the future.
These few points rested very well with me. I always believe in being an alchemist in our own lives, transmuting negative into positive.
My parting question for you is:
What in your current life do you feel that you do not have much “luck” with? How are you going to turn that “ill luck” of yours into something fantastic? I know for some of you, it may be a little bit of a creative stretch. But that’s a good challenge for you to break out of your normal thinking patterns and start evolving into the best versions of yourselves!
So Chin Up!