Driving Through Life on Your Motto-cycle

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Howdy peeps!

What is your motto? In today’s post I would like to talk about life mottos. When I think a bit negatively and don’t know if I can achieve my goals, I like to come up with a motto to keep telling myself throughout the year. What I do is I think hard of one to suit me for the rest of the year and then I have little everyday ones. My main motto this year is ‘Make It Happen’. I came up with it because I bought a diary that said Make It Happen on the cover. My motto has changed me from being a victim to being a warrior of my condition. I always hope that things will happen positively. I believe that the only way that this will happen is if I make it happen. I am a lucky person but it takes a little work to turn your good luck into personal achievements. It takes confidence, determination, persistence and of course some blood, sweat and tears. CRPS won’t be holding me back!

So if you think really hard, what do you want to say to yourself in those tough times? What do you want to say to yourself when you are feeling sad or weak? Sometimes just telling yourself you can do it makes you power through the situation. I know that thinking positively helps me be determined.

If you want to keep moving confidently through life and not feel like you can’t achieve something, I recommend thinking of a powerful quote or motto to help you push through those moments! So get on your ‘motto-cycle’ and enjoy the ride.
Everyone have a nice day, I’d love it if you shared your life motto with me below!

FZ out!! 🙂

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12 thoughts on “Driving Through Life on Your Motto-cycle

  1. I heard one years ago along your theme of “…the only way that this will happen is if I make it happen.” And that is “if it’s going to be, it’s up to me.”

    But personally, mine change almost daily (or at least weekly) based on what the day’s goals or plans are. I actually started a quote book years ago where I’d write down all the uplifting quotes I’d come across. I refer to this book often, but a lot of what’s written in it has been committed to memory.

    Whatever they are, whatever we choose to have for mottos, they do work if we keep them in the forefront of our minds.

    Nice post, FZ.

    Be good to yourself.

    • Thank you Michael! You have no idea how much I appreciate you commenting on my posts. 🙂 You have such interesting stories and this one I enjoyed. I like what you said how you change your motto to suit what your goals are, thank you for sharing that. Have a beautiful week,
      FZ 🙂

  2. You really are making it happen, Fluro! Good for you. My mottos change, but my current one is “take care of myself above all.” That helps me because I tend to forget about taking care of myself when I’m working on a project or trying to help someone else. But I’m a better person when I make sure to take care of myself first.

    • Hi Sarrah! Thank you so so much for sending this comment to me. I think your motto is a truly great one because taking care of yourself is what makes you feel strong enough to think about others. I am very glad you shared this one with me, and I will for sure keep it in mind. Have a magnificent day!
      FZ 🙂

  3. You said FZ “So if you think really hard, what do you want to say to yourself in those tough times? What do you want to say to yourself when you are feeling sad or weak? Sometimes just telling yourself you can do it makes you power through the situation. I know that thinking positively helps me be determined.”

    I know you are one determined little lady, and your positive approach to live and all the problems you have encountered I know will help you sail through them..

    Love and Hugs your way..
    Sue ❤

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