Think about the kind of life you want to have and what kind of writing career would fit into that without having to win the writing career lottery.
Forget the rejection, focus on the redirection. The better plans God had for you, the supportive people God brought into your life. The faith you now have in the universe that helps you let go of things that are not meant for you,
Choose now. Choose yourself. Try. Fail. Fly. Soar. Crash. Do it all.
Small opportunities are still opportunities. It’s okay to start small.
It’s ok to not know what you want.
If it’s (whatever “it” is) not working, make a change – it’s never too late to switch gears. Reevaluate, reset, reboot.
To my surprise, life did not magically fall into place once when I stopped drinking. In fact, for a little while, it got much worse.
Cut yourself some slack, you’re doing the best you can.
Constantly experience life as if you’re searching for a moment to photograph.
Being an aunt makes everything new again.