Trial & Error (Finding the Right Recipe to Fit Your Needs)

Lately I’ve been trying a lot of different things. I’ve been trying to find out what works and what doesn’t work. I made the decision to work a little harder and speed this journey up a bit. I feel like I wasted a lot of time during the last few years. I research a lot and try to get advice from others who are doing what I hope to do someday. It’s helpful, but sometimes you have to just find out what works for you. It’s going to take a lot of trial and error before you find your way. It’s like I’m trying to find the right recipe and then make it my own. It’s like getting a basic cake recipe of flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, eggs, butter (or oil), vanilla extract and milk, and then you make it your own by adding sour cream, vanilla pudding mix, or changing out the milk for buttermilk. Sorry, I’ve been baking a lot this quarantine 😁, but the analogy still stands. Sometimes someone can give you the blueprint/recipe, but you have to still tweak it so that it will work for you and fit your needs.

I challenged myself this month and decided to blog for 30 days straight. I will go more in detail about that tomorrow, but it was a challenge I set for myself to see what would happen and what I need to do moving forward. I think it’s important to go through a trial-and-error period, most people do before they reach success. I’m just finally trying to rule things out so I can know what to keep in my routine and what to remove. What have you learned during your trial-and-error period? Or are you currently in the middle of it? Let me know in the comment section below! 😊



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