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Forgive The Mess Up Start Fresh


You were wrong. OK! Occasionally, We're all wrong, some of us more often than others. It’s okay. Human beings make mistakes, don't keep beating yourself up and don’t let it stop you from moving forward. Clean up after yourself, if necessary and if you have wronged someone - apologize.


Forgive yourself for everything that happened before now. You’ve tried, you’ve messed up. Sometimes you succeeded. However it worked out for you, there’s nothing you can do about the past. Start fresh, allow yourself not to dwell on what has come before.

Fresh Start

Remember, the person who never made a mistake, never made anything. Doing nothing is not always an option, though it can be a choice. Even if you make a wrong choice, it can be better than doing nothing. Although sometimes, it can be scary trying to make a fresh start .

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VinceSummers wrote on June 20, 2022, 12:17 PM

Whoops! If I write letters, I am likely to mess up. So I type on a computer and mess up even more. However, I can edit! So I'm saved. Once I typed a friend's name (Bobbi) as Boobi. I love computers! Fixed it mach schnell!

MegL wrote on June 22, 2022, 7:39 PM

LOL But sometimes, they CREATE the problem. I am very wary of predictive text, for instance, it keeps typing "ill" as "I'll" and similar changes. It's annoying because you type the thing correctly and go onto the next word, then when you read back over it, it has changed what you typed!

VinceSummers wrote on June 22, 2022, 9:10 PM

You are quite right. I do believe there is an option to turn it off in MS Word. These days, though, I double letters, and commit other errors in excess. Old age! I mentioned my tendency to type 2 O's instead of one. I also typed for people, poopulation.

MegL wrote on June 23, 2022, 7:55 AM

Yes, I used to have predictive text turned off on my phone because it made so many mistakes but these days I have it turned on on my phone but never in MS Word or any other word processor.