What drives you… your head, or heart?

Good morning.

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I have a question for you.

What drives you the most… your head, or your heart?

I try to be logical and use my head, but I confess, my heart is queen.

Is that the same as gut instinct? And do you trust your gut instinct? I do… it rarely lets me down: and if I ignore it, I usually regret it.

Sometimes a more logical approach is called for, isn’t it? But, I believe that allowing our hearts to speak can enhance that decision/approach. So, long as we don’t run away with our hearts. But, where’s the harm in that?

What do you think?

  • Head, or heart?
  • Can they share the stage?
  • Do you have regrets if you ignore your heart’s desire?

I have decisions to make at the moment. I’m re-designing our tiny bathroom, to include a walk in shower. But, I still want a tub, to soak in. It’s head, versus heart at the moment. My heart will win out, because if not, I will not be able to live with myself.

I have a cunning plan, [well, not that cunning, but a bit different], which I plan to share on here and elsewhere. Editors watch out, I’ll be in touch!

Thanks for visiting and have a great day.

Why not let your heart rule today and see what happens!

I’ll be back.




12 Comments on “What drives you… your head, or heart?

    • Gut instinct is primitive I think and probably what helped our ancestors to survive. If I ignore mine, I usually regret it!
      The bathroom design is a long off Hugh; but I’m enjoying the process. I don’t rush… I can’t LOL! x:)

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  1. I trust my gut instinct, always. I do not think it is necessarily the same thing as following your heart, though, as your instinct can warn you of possible danger. I used to follow my head, but once I started following my heart I found a whole new level of happiness.

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    • Yes, I know what you mean about the heart and gut instinct.
      It takes guts to follow your heart, doesn’t it? But, it is do much more fun. You just have to trust a bit more. 🙂


      • I understand. We had our shower tiled with a ledge. That made it easier for Ron to get in and out. The tub is across the room and oval shaped. I am to tall. I can’t get wet in the darn thing!

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      • Ah well, that’s where my cunning plan comes in Colleen.
        I’ve discovered Japanese style deep soak tubs, which are just the right size for our size – challenged bathroom. That way we get the shower with the rainfall shower head, for hubby and the soak yourself silly in your deep tub, with candles, scented oils and a magnum of wine/ champagne for moi. Or maybe even a humble cup of Earl Grey Tea!
        Now I just need to get myself some more commissions to help fund it and my dream may become a reality. Correction… the bathroom will be done. The articles commissioned? Watch this space.
        Time to get the article writing cap on again.
        By the way I’m enjoying your Fairy Swamp tales. I don’t know how you get your ideas.
        Have a great day.


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