Question Of The Week – Q3

What do you think is the single best decision you’ve made in your life so far?

My answer to last week’s question –

I don’t have any regrets. I believe everything I have gone through in my life has shaped me up and helped me become the person I am, and I’m proud of that.

Oh and yeah, I regret every single tear my mum has ever shed a single tear because of me (she doesn’t cry because of me all the time you guys, just once in a blue moon). Yup, that is be my biggest regret.

With Love.

PS – If you are new to my blog, every Thursday I post a question for you guys to answer and I give my answer to the previous week’s question. You are more than invited to join in the fun. Cheers!

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36 thoughts on “Question Of The Week – Q3”

  1. The single best decision I have ever made was going to college! I took 4 years off between high school and college and I’m sure most people thought I would never go back. But one day I decided it was time and I went back; I worked incredibly hard, was serious about my studies and got through it in 4 years graduating with honors! It gave me a sense of accomplishment unlike anything else and I’m glad I was able to prove to myself that I could do it! xoxo

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      1. Good luck on getting into university! I got my degree in Psychology and worked at a mental health facility for a year before leaving to do something a little less stressful! I thought about going to graduate school (and I still might) but I really love writing so I’m just working my normal job and blogging on the side. I hope one day to be able to stay at home while writing from the comfort of my own home! xoxo

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  2. I think my best decision was one my family and I made together. My husband had a job opportunity in the state of Washington, so we moved in August 2016 from Ohio to our new home here in the Greater Seattle Area. Though I had to leave my job, which I loved in Ohio, Iโ€™m finding all kinds of new things to do here. Our son is making good friends and the mountains and the ocean are not far away at all. Transitions are very tough, Iโ€™ll admit it, but there are many rewards as well.

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    1. I love changes like this. I think it’s so fun and exciting, although I’ve never transitioned anything at all. Haha! I think that’s why I’m so hyped up about it. Love your story. Thanks for commenting! ๐Ÿ˜‡

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  3. I believe the best decision I’ve made in my life is eloping from the foster care system at age 15. Thankfully, before my beloved foster mother had a stroke, she bequeathed me some great tools, which came in very handy on the street. When the state moved us from her home…I moved on!

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    1. Amazing! I’ve never experienced anything like that. But it must feel really good. I could tell. You are very lucky indeed to be so confident and say that meeting your husband and having your son, and whatever led to that is the best decision you made. Love it!

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  4. The best decision I made in my life was when I received that chance to go down to Georgia for the Forward Conference (a conference where like-minded Christians can come together and worship and have a fun time). That experience was great for me because I was able to be myself without worrying what other people might say about me.

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  5. The best decision I ever made was agreeing to meet the “friend of a friend” who had just arrived in this country. That casual dinner meeting changed the rest of my life because the “friend of my friend” ended up becoming my husband the father of my three sons.

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  6. It was when I donated three books to a school, was the best decision I have taken so far. Today, I received a mail from the Principal which had a โ€œThank youโ€ note along with the pictures of the kids who were using the books i sent.

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  7. The best decision? Our lives are the result of millions of crossroads and decisions and most I’ve made have worked out well but who knows who I would met, or become if I had travelled different roads? I think what is important is to keep moving forward and not stand still. Don’t isolate yourself, always at any age try to be doing something that it’s possible to fail, don’t chose the familiar and safe everytime.

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