Decide to make decisions.
Not just the easy decisions.
But also the hardest of decisions.
The quickest decisions.
And also the decisions that take time.
The decisions that require thought,
Decisions that linger in the back of the mind with wonder and hesitation.
The decisions that create tears and shake with fear.
The decisions that nobody else wanted to make.
The decisions that make greatness.
The decisions that always wanted to be made and still wait for the chance to be chosen.
The decisions that open doors.
The decisions that piss people off and are misunderstood but have purposeful meaning and positive intent.
The uncomfortable decisions.
The YES or NO decisions, because there is no “MAYBE” in decision-making.
The decisions that push and cause anxiety.
The decisions that make moves.
Decisions that inspire change creating the mutation in personal evolution.
The decisions that the future is calling for.
The decisions that can be passed down and up! And also side to side for the people that mean the most.
The decisions that take the old weight off and put the new weight on.
Decisions that require boldness, flavor and style.
And without a doubt, in the end, the decisions that leave a mark on the world will be proud to have been decided upon.
Or, decide not to decide.
That’s always an option too, if being spoken for is desired.
The choice is always ours.
– Kay Good
Inspired by Big Sean’s 2017 album, “I Decided”
Look #1, wearing one of my favorite faux fur jackets from Zara and snake skin inspired white & gold booties by Donald J. Pliner. Look #2 ASICS Gel-Lyte III’s for the win.
[…] If you buy a blouse for $80 and only wear that blouse twice because you either took photos in it and don’t want to get caught wearing the same thing again or maybe it’s so left field from your typical style, that means you paid $40 each time you wore that blouse. For some, that may be okay. But for me personally, I feel it is important to get that cost per wear down to pennies! For example, the Donald Plinar booties in this outfit pictured, I bought from Macy’s for my 28th birthday for about $100. I’m pretty sure I’ve worn them 100 times already. You can do the math. See the first time I wore these same booties here. […]