Cause You’ve Gotta Have Faith & A Sprinkle Of Hope

Hope & faith. Two very simple words, and yet they give such comfort. It is like when you say I love you, that comfort knowing that someone loves you just as much as you love them, it’s such a beautiful feeling. Most of the time throughout my life I’m literally flying by the seat of my knickers – cute ones but none the less flying by them.

I’m the kind of person that when it comes to taking risks, it absolutely terrifies me.

The question that tends to sit in my head is if you had a crystal ball, what would you ask it when taking risks? Would it be a question like will it work out? Is it worth it? Where will it lead? Does it open doors for me? Will it make me happy? Will I enjoy it? There are so many thoughts that go through my head.

When you do take risks though, you sit there, hoping and having faith that what you’re doing is enough, what are planning will work and that it won’t fail. Having hope and faith in ourselves and what we are trying to do is one of the things that definitely stops me from giving up in general. Those moments when we are working and trying so hard to make it work, working a lot of hours we think, can we do this? Is all this stress absolutely worth it? In short, yes.

Lately I’ve been trying to have faith and hop in the fact that everything will work out, the reason I’ve been working so hard is so things will turn out the way I want it to, and if it doesn’t, it means that I just have to work harder to get to where I need to be.

There is a reason for this post.

If you have seen on my Twitter, I’ve not been the most chirpy of people, I’ve been up and down with my mental health, overall things haven’t been too great.

What I’m saying is, have faith and hope in the fact that bad times won’t last forever and it will get better. Life can be an absolute pain in the arse sometimes, unfair things happen to good people, I honestly don’t understand it.

Sometimes in certain situations this can honestly just not be possible, but do everything you physically can to stay positive, have faith and hope. Sometimes it can be one of the only things that can get you through the rough times.

Not only that on bad days, a good cuppa, a few biscuits and cuddles with the cat make days much better.

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6 Comments

  1. 13/10/2017 / 2:43 pm

    I’ve thought about you often lately after seeing your tweets and just want to say, for starters how OKAY it is to NOT FEEL OKAY. It’s the final “note to self” that i put in my latest post – allowing myself to BE REAL, be myself and show the same self-care and forgiveness i would anyone else. So please cuddle those cats, drink that coffee and keep a hold of the hope and faith.

    This was so helpful for me to read – the blog post equivalent of a comforting cup of coffee or a cat cuddle! THANK-YOU <3

    Bumble & Be

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      amiecadwallader@outlook.com
      17/10/2017 / 4:36 pm

      Thank you so much angel, it honestly means a lot! Your comment really has meant the absolute world to me angel! xxxx

  2. Megan McCoig
    17/10/2017 / 2:23 pm

    Always here for you girl and you’re so strong for writing this! This post is so true and I bet you feel so good for sharing these thoughts xxx

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      amiecadwallader@outlook.com
      17/10/2017 / 4:49 pm

      Thank you so much angel, that really does mean so much to me and I absolutely adore you for saying that! xxxx

  3. kirsty
    17/10/2017 / 5:41 pm

    i heard something ‘this too shall pass’ and it’s true of bad days, it will pass and it will get better

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      amiecadwallader@outlook.com
      18/10/2017 / 11:58 am

      That is such a good quote to remember, I’m definitely going to add that to my book! xxxx

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