You Know

No one will ever know you better than yourself.

You can pretend that you don’t know what you’re thinking, what you’re feeling, why you’re doing things you’re doing—but you know.

If you step back and let yourself really think, you’ll always know what you want—even if it’s just in that moment.

I think sometimes we get too caught up in saying we’re confused, that we’re overwhelmed. When really, it’s usually right there in front of us.

Each time I have plead not guilty—each time I have plead not knowing what I want, someone has told me exactly what I was doing to avoid the decision altogether. And, more often than not, they’re exactly right.

So, before pleading the fifth, before saying you don’t know or that you’re in a weird place in your life—maybe you should take a walk, sit down, think about what is truly best for you.

Because, I’m guessing you’ll know.

It’s easier to be confused than it is to make a decision. It’s easier to say you don’t know than it is to make a choice.

Don’t live your life not knowing. Make choices, decisions—mistakes.

Learn from them and grow, quit being constantly “confused.”

It’s okay to be confused sometimes, it’s not okay to pretend.