Ever had that moment of regret where you knew better but did it anyway?
Ever had that moment where your mind tells you, You’ve done this before and it didn’t work. Don’t do it again.
Why do we not listen to our inner voice? Why do we choose to ignore all the red flags and past experiences we have had only to find ourselves in a familiar place with familiar regrets?
My eyes are telling me that. They have been telling me that for at least a week, probably more. Maybe about a month. I should probably do something about it.
I was at Costco a while back and I was in need of contact solution. Many years back I had messed around with trying different brands, only to find that the Bausch & Lomb really WAS the best. So, I haven’t ever deviated from that brand since.
Well, dang it, my eyes observed a deal in the Kirkland brand solution (even though it has been tried in the past). Three bottles of solution for half the price the stuff I normally buy. Maybe it’s time to try it again. Hey, it’s made by a name brand company but just bottled under the Kirkland name. It can’t be as bad as I remember.
My inner voice needs a beating.
Seriously, someone needs to beat that guy up. He tells me not to do it and then turns right around and rationalizes doing it. Way to watch out for my me, inner voice.
My eyes are not as comfortable as they have been in the past and they can definitely tell the solution isn’t the same. My eyes are dried out and they always feel like they do when I am tired and as though I have worn my contacts for several days without taking them out.
Stupid inner voice. I gotta stop listening to that guy. No, I need to start listening to that guy. Wait, I can’t do both.
Inner voice, what should I do?
I think Andy Griffith called it “the bound-tos & the can’t help-its”.
Excellent old-time reference! That is some impressive digging through the memory files.
I didn’t have to dig. My dad was fond of that saying. I heard it on a regular basis. I had to grow up to find out he didn’t invent it. 🤨