Elaine:

I came across this article today on Freshly Pressed and it jumped out at me – I had to read it. This is very inspiring. It is what I am trying to achieve in my life by learning and continuing to create, to have a go without fear of failure, without thinking everything has to be perfect. Bravo Sara!

Originally posted on When I Have Time by Sara Rosso:

photo by Peter Kaminsky

If you’re new here, you should probably read my biography just to give you a better sense of who I am. In short: I do a lot of stuff. I’m curious. I love learning. I take risks. I speak my mind. I dare.

The risks I take are reinforced by a belief that I owe it to myself to at least try. I’ve always seen myself as a bit of a Jack of all trades, rather than an expert in one subject, but I’ve come to believe that’s a blessing rather than a curse. Releasing myself from the aim of being an expert or being perfect at something means that I have the complete and utter freedom to try. And fail. Hell yes, fail. Even often!

But trying, definitely.

I’ve spent a lot of time talking with (girl)friends about what’s next for them. I mentioned that…

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