flip_a_coinHappy Wednesday. I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the amazing weather. I can sure tell you that I wish I were outside in the sun instead of sitting in the freezing cold in front of a computer. I really need to get a job where I can work on my laptop and sit outside Starbucks in the summer.

Anyway, as promised, I’m going to make a serious effort to post more on my blog and see what this baby can do.

I’d love to be able to start posting about things that people actually want to read and get this to take off like BuzzFeed or EliteDaily (yeah, I know those sites are well established but they needed to start somewhere). Maybe I’ll start posting about living alone and cool things to do on a budget. Who knows, but I need to start getting more traffic so I can see what my options are.

Anyway, about this quote. It’s another one that I found on Pinterest that I love (my quotes board on Pinterest has so many followers, I love it!) I would love to be an internet personality.

So what I’ve found out about this quote is that it’s incredibly true. I’ve used this quote in my head to help me with tough situations. This quote is applicable no matter what- if you’re trying to choose lunch, where to go on a date, which guy to date and well, I think you get the point. Anyways, a little while back I had the choice between a new guy and my boyfriend of almost three years. I’m fairly certain that the new guy wanted me more than my boyfriend did – which was flattering but when it came down to it at the end of the day and I had to make a choice – my boyfriend won. I didn’t have to flip a literal coin, but the principal applied.

My boyfriend and I did end up breaking up – but it was in no way related to the other guy. In fact, the other guy and I don’t even talk anymore. But in those “hard” times of deciding who to hang out with when my relationship was on the fritz, I always wanted to hang out with my boyfriend instead. Even when the attention was nice, flipping that coin tells you what you really want and how to go after it. And even though it didn’t turn out the way I wanted, at least I followed what my heart really wanted.