Do you ever have what my friend Lauren calls a MOMENT?
You know what I mean?
Everything is just “fine” and then you get triggered.
Something hits you sideways and you have a MOMENT.
Maybe you had a Facebook moment when you saw that
you weren’t included in a party or conversation or outing.
Maybe you had a home improvement moment
as you watched all the options HGTV had to offer.
Maybe you had a Pinterest moment when you
tried your best to recreate the image on your computer screen
and it was an unrecognizable failure.
Maybe you had a travel moment when you had high expectations of
Swanky Suites but ended up at Bob’s Sleep Palace?
Maybe it was
your car, or
your house, or
your kids, or
your boss, or
your husband, or
your scale, or
your mirror …
and you just had a MOMENT!
The MOMENT dissolved your contentment.
My MOMENT came at the Tax Guy’s office.
I thought we had a great year, but Tax Guy suggested I find a “real job”.