Reinvention is occasionally necessary, and can often be for the best. The trick is in striking the right balance.
You think, a week or so before the ball is set to drop on 2014, that since you are committed to this resolution, it’s fine to let the disorder in just for a little while…might as well while there’s still time.
We must stop caring about doing what makes others happy and start focusing on what will make us happy.
Yes, that’s right. Goals are a scam.
“You two are transsexuals, right?” He asked, surprising me with his ability to ask inappropriately personal questions.
Tending to the details of daily existence is what truly makes for a well-lived life, and makes us feel empowered to bring about more substantial positive change. Here are a few good places to start.
Reread this list on the last Sunday of every month.
When the clock strikes midnight, you’re still you.
What changes did I make to improve myself?
Work towards finding peace in the fact that nobody has it together at 22, or 27, or even ever. We’re all trying to figure it out, and all trying to pretend like we know what we’re doing.