Just Keep Moving

Have you ever felt as though you are moving forward but getting nowhere? Lately that line from “Finding Nemo” keeps running through my head, “Just keep swimming!” Be it politics, cancer research, career or life in general, it feels as though we could all use a boost. Is it just me, or are you feeling the same?

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Author, Artist & Mom. First novel "Searching for My Wand" was published in December 2011
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9 Responses to Just Keep Moving

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    I’m pretty much feeling the same way, yes. To continue the swimming analogy, I feel like I’m swimming like crazy in a race that most everyone else has already finished.

    Lee
    Wrote By Rote

  2. Gina says:

    The analogy of which I’m very fond is the hamster on a treadmill but I’m adopting Nemo’s phrase now. Sounds better for the same feeling.

  3. bethany says:

    oh yes. no matter how much i pack, or how many playdates I schedule, I can’t see the end in sight at all. it multiplies every time i turn around, but there has to be an end somewhere. i often rely on “this too shall pass” which isn’t quite the same, but it still relates. someday the scenery will change, and you’ll feel like you’re making progress. i’ll hear dorie saying “keep swimming” all day though I think. xo.

  4. Margarita says:

    Yes, it very much feels that way. It also feels like, even though I can’t see it, the payoff is near! xoxoM

  5. Kenya G. Johnson says:

    You wouldn’t even believe me if I told you I sing that to myself ALOT.

  6. I know exactly what you mean honey.

    Xx

  7. Well I can’t say I’m feeling that actually. I feel like I am moving too fast and going too far! Too much to do in too little time LOL I keep manifesting all these amazing things so it’s all good but I need to manifest more time to blog and write.

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