Shoulda Coulda Woulda

No regret (1 of 1)

Do you ever regret? “Should coulda woulda” used to be my close friend. You see, I tend to spend a considerable amount of time worrying about the future or regretting over the past. The rest of time, I’d be daydreaming.

Luckily I’ve recognised my problem and decided to do something about it. The solution is simple: say good bye to “Shoulda coulda woulda.” No more regret. Nowadays once a decision is made, I’d just go ahead and do it. No regret afterwards. It doesn’t help any way, so why waste our precious time regretting?

If the matter is really important, I’d ask myself this question before the final decision is made: Will you regret it in the future if you make this decision now? If the answer is no – go ahead and do it. If the answer is yes or maybe – think again and come up with something until the answer is no. It works wonders for me.

So that’s a wrap! My last motivational post of this year is about having no regret.


At the beginning of this year, I made up my mind to stay motivated for the entire course of the year because it’s seriously in need. Below is a list of personal posts over the year from the blog series: self-motivation. Still can’t believe a whole year just flew by like that!


100 days of motivation.

Get up and do it.

Daily practice of listening and speaking.


Keep going.

5 Reasons Why It’s Better to Be An Optimist.

Don’t ever get comfortable when you have the ability to achieve more.

Your character is your destiny.


Have Patience.

Travel Often.

Make good habits.

How to set goals and achieve them over a period of time.



Stick to my morning routine.

Maintain a good body posture.

Order! I must have order.


Dare to say NO and ask for help.

Be less emotional.

Read out loud everyday.

How to be a good listener.

Be grateful.


Read more.

Plan weekly meals.

Love life.

Be observant.

One step at a time.


Adoptable to change.


Speak slowly.

Stay on track.



Eat slowly.

Hope is a good thing.

Don’t worry.

Don’t play small.


I can do happy.

Love what you do, for a long time.

Ignore I don’t feel like it!

9 Reasons why I want to learn how to cook.


Do small things in a great way.

Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted.

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