My friend emailed me this picture she’d taken today of an inspirational quote she’d found chalked on the pavement of a central London square. I love a good profound quote and think there’s something quite beautiful about stumbling across them in the way that she did. It always makes me think abut not only the meaning of the words, but also who may have written them and why.
I like this quote as it is a good reminder that change is a good thing and that opportunity is all around us, and whilst good things must come to an end, it’s only so that new good things can start.
I have found this to be particularly relevant to me today (in rather an un-profound way!) as I have undergone the mammoth task of sorting out my wardrobe trying to rid myself of all items I no longer need / want. I’m a terrible hoarder and my tiny little flat is bursting at the seams with all my shoes, bags and clothes! Each time I’ve gone to hold onto something I haven’t worn / used in over a year because I’m remembering the stories behind it, I’ve just had to remind myself that Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end…. and each pair of shoes I throw out now I can replace with a brand spanking new pair wahoooo!! 😉
I live in Brixton in London. I eat out far too much, am always planning my next trip and have a borderline unhealthy obsession with Harry Potter.