Time Flies… So Enjoy the Moment

This past weekend, I couldn’t help but take a stoll through the Minneapolis Walker Arts Center, enjoying the day with my baby boy. They reently renovated the place, so it was definitely a lot different from what I remembered. Β Now for those who know me personally, this place has sentimental value. This is where my husband and I took our engagement photos and then two years later took our anniversary photoshoot. So this weekend I took my baby boy here and had me thinking how much things have changed in 4 years.

I couldn’t believe how much has changed in 4 years

Have your ever realized how fast life goes? One day you wake up and boom its been 5 years, 10 years, maybe even 20 years. People change, things change, life changes, that’s the just the natural course of things. I think its important to remember to not waste time on meaningless things. Being angry, holding grudges, not persuing your dreams or not spending time with loved ones. It’s important to cherish the moment. My little one turned 7 months this past weekend. Just like that he’s already past his halfway mark, soon he will be a one year old, walking and talking. Being a mother has taught me and is still teaching me to enjoy the moment and leave the rest on the shelf. I still wrestle with anxiety from the anticipation of what’s to come next. Its honestly a horrible habit that I’m trying to break but I have to constantly remind myself to be calm and take a deep breath.

Be Calm and Take a Deep Breath

I’ve learned taking the time to enjoy the things that are most important me is crucial to my well-being, I’m hate having regrets and or a handful of I-Should’ves. Also I’m starting to learn “Just Live your Life”! Don’t worry about what anyone else says or thinks, just live YOUR BEST LIFE!!

I took some cool pics this weekend. Β Catch the one with my love bug (:

 

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As alway with love,

2 thoughts on “Time Flies… So Enjoy the Moment

  1. Hi Angel,

    I also struggle with anxiety about the future. It’s something that can give me amazing clarity and crushing anguish at the same time. So I take your words as being both insightful and full of wisdom, and a guide to cherishing, appreciating and accepting life for the way it simply is.

    Sincerely, Jess

    1. I’m glad you found my post insightful, always remember to enjoy the moment and know that no matter where you are, you are where you are suppose to be.

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