What would I do differently if I knew it was going to end today? I think I would probably walk outside more and look at more faces. Faces tell stories. Not how the face looks. How the eyes look when they look away from you. How the mouth looks when they speak.
Start stepping out of your comfort zone every now and then and you’ll notice something wonderful – that adulthood is inherently laced with possibility.
Life can be a trial-and-error process at times, my love. All you have to do is learn from them.
Dreams are wonderful, but there is a difference between being a dreamer and realist.
Who do you want to be? What do you want to do? Got it? Great. Now go out there and start.
Prioritize your ambitions and get it crystal clear which of them are worth investing you time and passion in. Having defined your goals, it is time to commit yourself to them. This is exactly where you are going to pass your point of no return. This is the point when you stop drifting along and start moving confidently towards your ambitions.
You are perfectly fine on your own, just you. No man will ever be able to love you like you can love yourself.
You’re ok with not being ok. You aren’t ashamed anymore about your anxieties and about your feelings. You talk to someone when you are feeling really down, and know what you need to do to get back up on your feet again.
You don’t see the frustration, you don’t see the struggle, you don’t see the rejection letters or the tears streaming down their face on the days they feel like they’ve failed and aren’t good enough.
Comparing yourself to people you think are doing life better than you are. People are not doing life “better” than you. People are moving at different paces all around you, and that is okay.