1. The moment we wake up in the morning.
Whether it’s your dog’s satisfied sigh, coming out on top during a bathroom standoff, or outsmarting your boss, the littlest things have the strongest power to make or break your entire day.
I am here to say, it is not a FACT.
Being a parent is like a bottomless pit of hope and sadness and frustration and humor. And other things I guess. I have no idea.
Access to free and clean water.
I don’t know what occupation I want to have or what city I want to live in, but I am starting to piece together the kind of person I want to grow into — and I think that’s the most important decision we can make.
13. Listen to your intuition and trust that life will work itself out. This may be the hardest lesson I’ve had to learn.
Don’t be grateful for the same things each day.
To be healthy. To be free and grateful for my freedom.
I think that when you are a child, you are in a suspended state of blissful ignorance.