One day, it will just click. You will realize what’s important and what’s not. Breathe and slow down. Take responsibility for your life because nobody is ever responsible for your situation but you.
Everyone you meet knows something you don’t. Every person you come across is a potential teacher or mentor.
I’m tired of feeling pathetic. I’m over feeling unintelligent and unworthy. I refuse to let my unemployment make me some sort of victim.
When one place is all you’ve ever known, you become comfortable with the familiar. Fear of the unknown creeps into your thoughts and convinces you that you want to stay, succumbing to the predictable pattern of generations before you.
In the real world, our sorting ceremony doesn’t happen once but over and over again.
When did consistency start to feel like failure? Instead of reflecting on our accomplishments or congratulating ourselves on the hard work in a moment of respite, we fix our gaze to the mountains ahead, berating ourselves for not being on top of those distant feats already.
Don’t overcommit yourself to a five things when you’ve only got time for two. As much as you might want to do everything, you can’t and it will ruin you if you try. You need to put your needs first and take care of yourself. After all, you can’t pour out of an empty cup so don’t spread yourself to thin.
You need to make new friends, bring down that high wall. Don’t force a laugh, don’t keep words unsaid,
She always knew she could be anything she wanted because it never occurred to her that she couldn’t.
You may not know everyone, but everyone sure does know you.