I'm terrible about making decisions, but strangely it's the little ones that cause me the most problems...
What to eat, what to wear, whether to watch a film or not, I could go on and on. But looking back I've made some massive decisions with much less debate!
Off the top of my head I can't think of any really bad decisions I've made to do with anything important, I won't give it much more thought in case I do and then I'll be annoyed!
The best decisions I've ever made....
1. Moving to Cyprus, it's only a small exaggeration if I said I've spent longer deciding on an outfit but moving to Cyprus was without a doubt the best one I ever made. If I had thought about it too much I probably would not have had the balls to do it.
2. Joining Slimming World, I was once over 15 stone and without Slimming World I'd probably be even bigger as that was before I'd had Leo. Because of that one decision (which again I just suddenly did without lots of debate) I lost just over 4 stone.
3. Moving to Gravesend, if you know Gravesend I realise this does sound like a strange thing to choose as one of the best decisions I've ever made, but I moved there to live with my ex-boyfriend who is now my husband when really most normal people would have just got on with their lives and found a new one! Oh, and now I think about it, I decided to do that one afternoon sitting in a pub with said ex-boyfriend/hubby when I had decided to stop seeing him at all and then suddenly he suggested renting a room off him and I said OK and moved out 2 weeks later!
If I had not have moved to Gravesend I do not think I would have ended up marrying him eventually!
4. Dropping out of college - I left college before the end of my course to work full time in a supermarket, not the best career move but the next couple of years were so much fun. The course I was doing was a GNVQ in Leisure and Tourism and I wanted to
5. Learning to drive - I failed my first test and then on my 2nd my car wouldn't start so it was cancelled. I was not looking forward to my test at all, convinced I would fail again. I also wanted to learn in an automatic as I thought it would be easier but my Dad wouldn't let me! I passed on my 2nd test (the second 2nd test, first one doesn't count as we didn't even start the car!).
Without my car I wouldn't have been able to live the kind of life I have since I was 18, visiting friends all over the place and having my independence.