These are the little things in your day-to-day life that many take advantage of. Listen – the majority of us can’t just pick up and go, change our lives drastically, or even a little bit – so it is time to focus on the things that are already in your joy bubble, your life as a whole – that bring a smile to your face.
What am I doing this for? Work. Relationships. Hobbies. I’ve been unhappiest in my life when the question has gone unasked for too long.
There is a danger that if we let too much logic take the wheel, suddenly we find ourselves spending years in a job that was only supposed to be a ‘stepping stone’ because it’s good money and it’s funding the end goal.
Successful people are the ones who have fought a thousand different times and have failed a thousand more.
Let me let you in on a little secret: joy isn’t always something you feel, it’s also something you choose.
I wish protection upon you. I pray that nothing hurts you, not in any way.
I’m only human, and I already have a difficult time giving myself a break. It would sure help if I got some positive reinforcement for doing so.
No one person is going to bring you the joy you’ve been craving, just like face masks, good music, and chocolate ice cream aren’t going to make you magically love yourself.
It’s not about never doing those things but about choosing consciously when we do and noticing when it is about numbing our feelings.
Even the darkest winter days can still have light in them, light that shines from the center of my home. A light that will always be there to guide me back home.