Waiting For the Right Moment


Today is the day I’ve chosen to start my blog and I’m nervous,  maybe even terrified.

I’d like to say “terrified” is too strong a word, but perhaps not.  The right photo must be located, the topic of the day selected, there are lots of other things to do…Help!  And just like that, my topic has presented itself.  I need not wait for the perfect moment to begin something.  As some say, the lights are not all going to be green at the same time.  Waiting for everything to be in place, at least for me, means I may never take the first step.  So where I am right this moment is the place to start.

This form of perfectionism has stopped me in my tracks many, many times.

The journey begins exactly where we are right now, with one small step. So pause, smile and proceed!  Remove the need to do it all perfectly, and just do the next right thing to the best of your ability.

About katystarr

A traveler, seeker and explorer. Occasionally a philosopher. Doing what I can to simplify and attain a more peaceful life.

Posted on August 22, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. What a great start! Looking forward to more upcoming readings!


  2. Nice job


  3. I think the greatest pleasure of writing is not so much what it’s about, but the inner music that words make. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to “listen” to your song.


  4. you are a creator! Thank you for sharing your thoughts, I’m looking forward to following your journey….you know it all starts with the first step 🙂


  5. I am looking forward to being on your journey with you! Thanks for extending your hand to us readers!


  6. So excited that you took the step of faith and started this. Keep up the good work! 🙂 God is faithful to guide you along your journey.


  7. That is so true.Looking for more to come!


  8. Hey P,
    Good start. The hardest part
    of a thousand mile journey is
    The first steps . Keep walking and
    Talking with us we are all sharing
    This adventure .


  9. Looking forward to hat comes next.


  10. oops,I mean what comes next.


  11. Very nicely said. Perfectionism keeps many of us from doing anything at all.


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