Three day quote challenge: Day 3

March 10, 2016


I have been nominated by one of my favorite bloggers and also one of my first bloggy friends Leslie who shares inspiring words, amazing pics and the occasional craft on her blog “Ink Interrupted”, to participate in the “Three Day Quote Challenge“. The rules of the challenge are simple. They are as follows:

1. Post for three consecutive days.
2. Choose and share one or three quotes each day.
3. Challenge three additional bloggers each day.

Since this is the last day of the three day quote challenge, I will nominate three of my fellow bloggers to show us there three favorite quotes. No pressure though…

  1. Claudia of Images by C.W.
  2. BethAnn of It’s Just Life
  3. Hilary of Feeling Beachie

As I said, no pressure, if you are too busy to do this now, no worries.

Here is my last quote, this one is more on the inspirational side.

being happy quote

I chose to look at the positive side of things and try not to get bogged down in too much negativity. It’s not always easy and that’s why it’s good to get a reminder every now and then. Some people would say I am a bit on the naive side since I always try to believe the best in people and give everyone the benefit of the doubt. It may not always be the smart thing to do but it’s the way I am and I don’t think it will change…

xoxo, Susi

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  • Rorybore March 11, 2016 at 10:49 am

    A great positive quote, and I think that is definitely something everyone can use more of in their life. Seeing the bright side and the good in people may not be the “wise” thing to do – as many will say – but is the Human thing to do. At the end of the day you have to be content with your own choices and conduct; what someone else does isn’t your problem to deal with in the grand scheme of things. I think having a heart that hopes for the best is not naive at all!

    • Susi March 12, 2016 at 7:28 am

      Such lovely words. They make me feel good about trying to see the best in people. xoxo

  • Kisma March 12, 2016 at 9:39 am

    oh, this is another great one! Acceptance of ourselves and our daily lives and the people in it I believe is probably the greatest challenge we all face!

    We make mistakes because we are human. Perfection doesn’t exist unless you are a cup of coffee or a warm oatmeal cookie fresh out of the oven.

    People who can’t see past our imperfections honestly don’t have any room in my world because who needs that kind of pressure, really?

    Beautiful post Susi!

  • Haddock March 12, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    Very true about being Happy.

    • Susi March 13, 2016 at 10:08 pm

      Yes, I believe it is. Thanks for stopping by.

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