People are going to change. You’re going to change. This isn’t only okay, this is how it should be; you shouldn’t be the same person you were six months ago. If you don’t grow with people, it’s okay to go without them.
I’m always lightly romanticized by the phases of my life, the shifts that occurred as my psyche did — because my psyche did.
Two completely unrelated events.
You imagine your life as a series of movie scenes.
Journalism and creative writing may be on the opposite ends of the literary rope, but each of them is helpful and necessary.
3. Stop constantly monitoring your progress.
Don’t ever burn bridges. You might need to cross them again.
What if instead of merely highlighting the horrors of the world, our authors helped us navigate away from them?
Ever since I realized it was not my job to fix people, men in particular, I have come to appreciate them more as the individuals they are.
I learned that the nonsensical things that happen are often preparations for the unknown unknowns. I learned that being in the moment isn’t just the best way to enjoy your life, it’s the only way to get ready for what’s next. I once read that you have to stop seeking answers and start living in the questions.