Accepting that what we have currently is enough isn’t always simple. And how can it be? Thanks to the society we live in today, we have an abundance of opportunities and choices.
It would be unrealistic to say that we are all capable of marching into our jobs with a huge smile on our faces, eager and enthusiastic about tackling our tasks.
Perfectionists exist in many forms, but they all have one important thing in common: They engage in an “all-or-nothing, or “black-or white” way of thinking. In other words, if something isn’t perfect, it’s deemed worthless.
“I’ll be ready in 5.” There’s actually NO way in hell that’s happening. Your hair is still wet from the shower, you haven’t even begun applying your makeup, and you don’t have the slightest clue what you’re wearing.
It’s Friday afternoon at the office, and those pre-weekend jitters are hitting you like a tidal wave. The real question is: What are you actually doing this weekend?
Here are 5 mistakes that can be surprisingly beneficial to make as a 20-something:
Needless to say, self-doubt significantly holds us back. When we lack assurance, we prevent ourselves from progressing.
Regardless of your preference toward your current situation, we can all agree on one thing. If you take public transportation, you’re going to have a bad time.
Insult comedy is simply the best.
That Sunday feeling – we all know it well.