Trust, And The Answers Will Come – Day 283 of The Pollyanna Plan

It’s kinda cool how things keep showing up in my life just when I need them to.

Take today for example: I’ve been reverting back to my old habit of worrying about what to do next in terms of my health.

Now, don’t get me wrong, my health has come on in huge leaps and bounds since the start of The Pollyanna Plan, 283 days ago, for which I’m eternally grateful- Yipppeee! But, there is still improvement to be made and I’m not quite sure what my next step should be.

So, there I was, weighing up options and not paying attention to my gut feeling, (which, in case you’re wondering, felt all knotty and stressy and far from good) when I stumbled upon this:


And that was my a-ha moment (not the 80’s band from Norway, but a lightbulb going off in my head!)

I had been desperately trying to find the answers I was searching for and getting bogged down by my over-thinking. It didn’t feel good at all, which, if I’d been paying attention to my intuition, I’d have realised meant that I was going about it in totally the wrong way.

Day 283, Reason 283: Today I am so very happy and grateful for the words of wisdom that appeared out of the blue. I now feel relaxed about not knowing the answers, as I trust they will come to me when I least expect them to. 🙂

82 days to go of The Pollyanna Plan

82 reasons to feel glad/happy/joyful to find

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12 thoughts on “Trust, And The Answers Will Come – Day 283 of The Pollyanna Plan

  1. I have been worrying obsessively over what will happen in the future. I don’t know why I waste my time thinking of things that have not even happened, but If I have free time that’s usually what ends up happening. I needed to be reminded of this. Thanks 🙂

    1. You’re very welcome! 🙂 I used to be a big worrier too, but I’m learning to kick the habit! I’ve found that asking myself, “what do I have to worry about right now, in this moment?” really helps.

  2. I lvgit when that happens. Feeling comfortable knowing the answer will reveal itself in due time is great. I too am relying on my I tuitin to tell me what is next. Until the I am just enjoying the moment.

    1. I do hope your brain fog lifts very soon! I’ve had it so many times, so I really sympathise. As for living in the moment, I’ve found that asking myself “am I present?” as often as I remember to, really helps. 🙂 x

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