Hey there! The week is flying by - still busy and trying to keep my nose above water.
Today I had an incident of indecisiveness, which happens fairly frequently in my world. Probably about 50% of the time I doubt a decision I've made if it's not related to fitness or nutrition (two things I feel pretty confident in what I want).
One moment I'm set on going to girls night, the next I'm too stressed to go. And then just minutes later I think "Seriously, I'm an idiot. I need to see the girls. Why can't I make a decision to save my life?"
Decision: Girls night attended and much enjoyed
One day I think we have to go on a sunny vacation because we deserve it and have been talking about it for the last year. And the next day, I've convinced myself we don't deserve to flitter money away like that. We should be saving it for important things like a down payment on a car.
Decision: Vacation planned and excited for it
One month I'm sure that I know what my future holds career wise. The next, I think "WHAT in the world was I meant to do for a living?"
Current though: Stop being afraid
After wavering on a decision, I find myself really frustrated that I'm unable to just make a decision and be happy with it. It's kind of painful. My perfectionist nature wants to always make the right decision and as we all know, there is no "right" or perfect decision.
In the journey of being my authentic self in 2012, I need to cut myself some slack and be okay with a decision I've made. That being said, I'm allowed to change my mind, but there's no reason to get so worked up about it.
Does anyone have a trick to making decisions or how you decide between two things when you find yourself wavering back and forth?