Started off as quotes, but I think they have become my mantras.

It is what it is.

It is what it is – What my friend Sarah gave me last year and I have been using this saying ever since.
I didn’t think at the beginning just how powerful these words would become to me. Thank you, Sarah.

No looking back.

No looking back – My mantra I have been using more of this year.

I have had other quotes that have helped me get through difficult times, but these two are what I now currently use the most.
I know these will go into next year, hence I used my mantra for my bi-line of my new blog.

I will write these on my whiteboard, in place of what I had before.

What are your quotes/mantras?

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8 thoughts on “Quotes/mantras

  1. I have two postcards on my desk at home.
    One says “I can and I will. Watch me”. I like this as I sometimes feel people underestimate me. I also have “Always wear you invisible crown” as it makes me smile. I think you should wear your invisible crown when you go back to work Liz 😂

    1. Yes, I have seen that quote, “I can and I will. Watch me.” A very powerful mantra.
      Yes, I ought to wear my crown. 😁

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