Here’s to the hardest five years of my life I’ll never get back, but here’s to the next five years of my life that I’m all prepared for. The calm after the storm.
The only thing you can do is put one foot in front of the other, speak positive thoughts into your head, and move towards what feels right.
Deciding to change your life involves a difficult confrontation with reality that will not only change your life but save it.
You have goals, dreams, wishes, and happiness budding within you. Even if these things don’t match what the rest of the world is doing, fill your heart with light and chase them fearlessly.
You can always heal when you remember that you’re not hard to love, you just fell for people who couldn’t understand you and people who were incapable of loving anyone — not just you.
You’re suddenly addicted to your cell phone like notifications and text conversations are better than the conversations in real life.
Maybe you’re not the year for me. Maybe I was wrong about you. Maybe I wanted more from you but now I know you’re not the one.
Don’t say I’ll just go tomorrow or I’ll eat healthier for my next meal. Think of right now in this moment. Because these moments matter.
You’re not a superhero. Stop setting your expectations that high. Instead, let’s take a deep breath and work on incremental change — which everyone knows is the key to success in everything anyway.
In 2018, I’m breaking up with the enemy within. The voices in my head that keep telling me that I can’t do something or I’m not good enough.