You stay up at night wondering how you can contribute to the world and make a difference. You invest in developing your spiritual, intellectual and moral values.
Do I believe that everything is meant to be, or do I think that things just tend to happen for no reason at all?
Old souls are not interested in playing hard to get or partaking in the chase. In fact, they find the rules of modern dating to be absolutely exhausting.
This post is for people who are like me: sorta broke (but ~woke~), sorta lost, and sorta hate using the term “adulting” because you seem to be so damn bad at it. Am I making enough money? Is this the right career move? When’s the last time I got my teeth cleaned? Sh*t rent was due yesterday. I’m broke, but wanna go to Sweetgreen?
It’s our natural instinct as humans to find quick solutions to our problems, or to do whatever we need to in order to feel good or reduce the stress we’re feeling.
The idea of living up to this perfect expectation of a partner seems daunting. No wonder I have brilliant, talented, did I mention beautiful friends, who are single.
Writing is the ultimate ‘deep work’ activity — to become a better writer, you need to practice your skills in a state of distraction-free concentration.
Soulmates are absolutely everywhere. In many many forms.
Not everything happens for a reason, but things do have a tendency to work out okay.
It’s an incremental, iterative journey. You don’t magically arrive. Ever. You just strive to get closer.