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Daphne's blog

I'm putting my money where my mouth is!  I'm not going to ask others to share if I won't do it myself so... here is the personal blog of Daphne Lynn Tapp Worlety.  I do not write this blog because I think anyone should necessarily care what I have to say but rather with the wish that someone out there might identify or find a thought or circumstance that rings true in their own lives.  To hopefully gain the realization that we are not as alone as we sometimes feel.  Sometimes hearing an alternate viewpoint or way of thinking opens our minds to ideas and concepts that help us all grown as people, this is why therapy is so helpful.   So here's some free therapy! LOL  Use it as you will. 

Me and my husband Chuck

Change is in the air

I have this feeling that life is about to change. Really change. I can feel it in the air and I can feel it in my body, in my bones. I'm pretty sure it has to do with my work since it has been so slow with our current market and high interest rates. It's finally hit me over the head that it's time to make a change. I have been down about it and really anxious about making the right choices, but this week I've hit my turning point and now I'm excited. Scared- but open to the possibilities and anxious to see what's about to happen in our lives.

How many times do we re-invent ourselves? You know, I think if you're going to have a HAPPY and FULFILLING life- this should happen over and over again, shouldn't it?? Because we always want to DO better, BE better, HAVE better, right??

So I've been trying to figure out what I want to do with my life, whether to stay in the business in maybe a different role, or just change my focus completely. I was having lunch with my friend Rachel today and after listening to me debate my options for a while she finally looked at me very earnestly and said "Well what do you WANT to do?" Wow. What a question. Not what SHOULD I do. Not what I OUGHT to do. Not what OTHER PEOPLE WANTED ME TO DO. What did I WANT to do. Wow. Kind of floored me. But when you think about it, isn't this what we all should be asking ourselves? I dont know about all of you but I've had the job where I hated going into work every day, and that's an absolutely horrible feeling. What would it be like if we could do what we WANTED to do, what MAKES US HAPPY.

Did COVID teach us nothing? I'm 50 freaking years old. Time to make myself happy lol. Stay tuned.

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