New Beginnings

Today we have a wonderful guest, Christine Cunningham, who is sharing her thoughts on New Beginnings.  Christine writes fictional stories to uplift and inspire. She is a life-long student of happiness and how to attract it. She compiles what she learns and weaves it into an understandable, enjoyable story. 

She is the author of Eternal Beginning (non-fiction); Amazon bestseller, First Snow (romantic fiction); and 30 Day Guide to apply Eternal Beginning (non-fiction)- click on the picture above to view Christine's trailer.

Life has a distinctly funny way of changing me. I get what I call “itchy feet.” Now, bypassing the silly remarks about athlete’s foot and better hygiene, let me tell you what I mean. 

I’m in the enviable and sometimes not so enviable position of wanting everything to change and everything to remain the same. I’m not quite sure when this dichotomy began, but it continues to plague and pleasure my life. 

Nearly a year ago, I was working at a pharmacy and paid a very good wage. I bought a house and lived quite comfortably in the physical sense. After a few years, my health began to deteriorate as I contemplated living the rest of my life in the tiny environment of clock-in and clock-out. I wasn’t sure what I wanted from life, I just wanted change for the better. 

I quit my job and lived off my savings, when the inspired thought came to me to write a book about my life experience. I had always wanted to write a book and the thought energized me, so I began. I learned the twists and turns of the self-publishing world. I enjoyed a measure of success and met some wonderful people along the way. Now, I feel the tingle again to begin something new. I’m not quite sure what it will be, but I know it will be an adventure.

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Christine said…
Thank you so much for hosting me! You have a wonderful blog! Happy anniversary!
My pleasure Christine! Good luck with your book. Keep writing!
Z said…
Nice interview!
Cathy C. Hall said…
Goodness, that takes courage, Christine! Best of luck on your next adventure!
Dear Zari and Cathy,

Thanks for stopping by and for your comments. Yes, Cathy, Christine is very brave. She is a roll model for writers everywhere!
That's really interesting. I think I understand what you mean a little bit - I definitely like to be in my comfort zone, but I also get bored...hubby and I are about to hit the road in an RV - that's a big deal for a homebody like me, but the older I get, the more adventurous. Wishing you well on whatever new adventure you find!
Eliza Fayle said…
Hi Christine, I totally get what you are saying. I need structure and the stability of home, but do NOT make me repeat much of anything. Quickest way to drain the life right out of me :)
Christine said…
Thank you for your kind words everyone. There comes a point in your life where you have to choose to live your life or just endure it. Loved the various viewpoints from your readers Linda! :)
Krysten said…
What a great thing to do! Good luck as you follow your dreams!
Thinkhappy said…
Christine, you have more courage than most--a true inspiration!

Christine said…
Thank you Krysten and M! I wish you the dazzling dreams you desire!
Melissa, Eliza, Krysten and M...I am honored that you all have come by to share your thoughts and celebrate Christine! What a blessing you all are.

Thank you!!
Margo Dill said…
Congratulations on your courage to pursue your dreams and live the life you want! :) People like you are VERY inspiring.

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