The Cameron Camouflage Pointed Toe Ankle Boots

Edit

I’ve had my eye on these bad boys for a little while, but couldn’t quite get my hands on it as they were out of stock. Now that they have finally arrived, I have million and one outfits in mind I just can’t wait to put together. They truly are as beautiful as they look.  With a suede textured feel, it’s spandex material fits snuggly around your ankles. I love the heels on these pair, chunky, light and my ideal comfortable heel size (4 inches).  It really doesn’t get better the cute and comfy, I think I might need to take two…

These shoes are available from http://www.simmi.com and retail at £40, – click for a direct link.

If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in the past few years it’s this one thing. In life there is no finish line – except for that one line we will all ultimately arrive at. Success is not destination, but a journey and the sooner you realise, the better you’ll be.

Indeed it took me some time to figure it out, each goal I set out, I pressured myself to out do my competitors , sprinting ahead to the finish line in record time, comprising the quality of my work in an effort to get ahead. Often I would look back through my diary, tracking how well I performed, and daunted by how far I still have to go.

The day I finally came to terms with the fact that I was my actually own competitor, it was like a huge weight had been lifted of my shoulders, I was free. No longer did I have anything to prove. To anyone. No longer did I feel the need to compare my progress with societies confused definition of  growth. I stopped keeping tabs with past performances and took it just day by day.I set out to be the best and do the best, for that very day. Eventually I began to enjoy the journey, it was no long a chore, no more daunting thoughts on the laps left to be completed.  I could appreciate the scenery, stop and smell the flowers, admire the sun that tirelessly lit my way.

I made it my mission to carry on moving forward,on my chosen path consistently. gracefully and gratefully. The path is not supposed to be easy, and each challenge is really just an opportunity for growth. Take obstacles at they come, deal with them in a efficient  and effective manor. Keep calm, and carry on.

Yesterday was yesterday and tomorrow is tomorrow. Keep your focus on a the present day, beaming with new beginnings and endless possibilities. Make it your goal to use what you have to the best of your ability, and don’t look back except for improvement. Keep on climbing and striving to greatness and look back only, to admire how far you’ve come.