Making someone’s day by putting their needs before yours can be doubly rewarding.
It’s not your problem if someone is wrong about you, and you don’t need to waste your energy or time trying to list all of the reasons why they’re wrong.
What changed over the last three years is not the places or the people I have met along the way. What has changed, is me. What changed, is me finally putting myself first. What changed, is me deciding that I am worth it. That I deserve a happy life and a career that I adore. What changed, is the mindset of believing in myself again.
How to unapologetically love yourself.
Sure, I don’t have all of my boxes checked off and maybe I don’t have everything I need or want yet. But maybe I don’t really need those things after all.
Know how to use every household appliance. This means that you can run a load of laundry, use the vacuum, and assemble the coffee maker without the help of someone else.
Feeling bad for not wanting to do things. If you don’t want to do something, don’t. It’s that simple.
Control what you can, let go of what you can’t, and live in the now.
As a self-proclaimed control freak, I have trouble giving things over to the hands of fate. That being said, any time I have taken the leap, things seemed to fall into place.
Choose now. Choose yourself. Try. Fail. Fly. Soar. Crash. Do it all.