This is the first in a series of short articles designed to give you an insight into my thought process. I’ve no idea where it’s going either so bear with me.
Do I Or Don’t I?
Law number one: If I ever find myself thinking “should I do something or shouldn’t I?” then I ALWAYS do it. Always.
I stick to this law because every time I don’t, it always turns out to be the wrong decision. It can be something simple like deciding if I’m going to take an umbrella out with me when I go to the shops (if I don’t it always rains). Or it can be something more major like deciding if I should charge my mobile phone before doing a long drive (the last time that happened and I didn’t charge it I broke down in the middle of nowhere and my phone’s battery went flat as I was calling the AA – long story). But whatever the situation, when I hear that little voice in my head asking if I should do something or not, I just do it knowing that it’s most likely the right decision. Luckily it’s not told me to kill anyone yet or I’d be in real trouble!