After you graduate, you have the freedom to travel or move to a new city without any emotional attachment to ground you – take advantage of that. Your purpose is somewhere out there, waiting to be discovered; and trust me when I say he’s not it.
One of the biggest struggles millennials face is wading through the information overload to figure out what we should be doing with our time.
When we allow ourselves to become the best friend in our own lives, that person who we chose to be the leading lady starts to expect that level of (for lack of a better word) servitude from us.
At the most basic of elements contributing to human happiness is the ability first for a person to define what they want and only thereafter figure out a way to go after it. Get back to the basics. If you only felt obligated to define ONE priority what would it be?
Life chats that drag on until the wee hours of the morning.
We will be remembered for the work we created and left for others, the way we changed the game, the small or big difference we made.
Let’s face it, getting things done is hard. Even when you have a solid “to-do” list.
Donate clothes you haven’t worn in a year. Because you’re not going to be wearing it in the year to come. You know that. I know that. The Ralph Lauren polo knows that.
If things get busy and you let your home, relationships, and happiness flounder while you put out fires elsewhere, eventually you find things just get worse and those higher priorities start to matter less.
Getting drunk and silly is a double-edged sword beyond comparison. Sometimes, you’ll get so drunk and silly that you’ll wake up the next day completely hating yourself. Sometimes, you’ll get so drunk and silly, that you’ll wake up the next day completely owning it.