This round of The Best Of We Heart It posts are inspired by a few late evening walks, an urge to travel, and a love for nature’s beauty.
This June seemed to bring quite a lot to the 2014 plate. My to-do list seemed to absolutely explode and every single moment of my time was just taken up with things that were kind out of my control. You’d know how I feel if your currently, or have recently been doing your GCSE’s. Also, a lot of the things that I love in life got really neglected and I found myself evaluating a lot of things in my life. I’m not trying to be really depressing, but I want rachelspick to be an open space for me to share my feelings, and hopefully one of you out there will be able to relate to how I feel.
However, June was a great month for me. What I mean my this, is that I feel like I’m finally on the path of finding myself and deciding who I want to be friends with, and what I really want my life to be like. I know it seems like I think way to much about my future, but school kind of forces you to have to think about it and evaluate what you want to do past your GCSE’s.
As June was such a productive and table turning month, I had to have some quotes that I loved and that always inspired me. So here are a few of my favourites.
My Absolute Favourite
According to how June faired for me, I’ve decided on this quote: “In life we do things. Some we wish we had never done. Some we wish we could replay a million times in our heads. But they all make us who we are. And in the end they shape every detail about us. If we were to reverse any of them we wouldn’t be the person we are. So just live. Make mistakes, have wonderful memories, But never ever second guess who you are, where you have been, and most importantly where it is you’re going.”
I just love this quote because of how relatable it is, and just how realistic it is. It’s a quote that so many people will be able to connect to and is something that’s really inspiring to live your life by. It makes everything that happens in life alright, and I just adore it!
If you’ve enjoyed this post, why don’t you check out part 1 HERE, or catch up on all the year’s posts so far HERE.