Actually get what you want, for once.
All those projects you give up might not be a waste.
There comes a few moments each year, when I stand in front of my desk and I watch pieces start to float together.
Ever say yes to something and wish you hadn’t? Or get stuck in a situation where you’re not sure how to say no to something?
We are what we say we are. You are what you say you are.
I like to think that somewhere inside of every adult still lies our inner five-year-old, the monkey-ish person who bounces in meetings and runs in the halls instead of walks, who says what they think, and asks the most obvious (and the most interesting) questions about how the world works, and why it works the way it does.
I’ve made so many facebook posts, I’m sure all of my friends have hidden me by now. I’m that terrible person who clogs up your news feed and changes their profile picture incessantly.
Failure as loss of balance, the success of equilibrium, and you move forward.
If emotions are like the 88 keys on a piano, I feel as though my left hand is playing a slow, rumbling sad song as a background melody, while the opposite side of the same keyboard is dancing out a light staccato tickling, my right hand moving quickly and lightly over the upper sets of keys on the piano surface.