When was the last time you spent time with your best friend?
Living A Full Life
If you are more afraid of your goals than you are inspired by them, you are not living up to your full potential.
You are not finished. Your story is not over. Your legacy has not been left; in fact, you are still building it with your hands, your voice, your steps, your heart.
This year I thought I might reflect on how to get to this place, how to live and approach life so that at 30, you can honestly feel like you’ve left nothing on the table.
My best was never good enough; I always felt the need for more.
“I’ve never wanted to write a book, I wanted to write. I wanted to write a hundred books.”
I was living with next to nothing and I was the HAPPIEST I’ve ever been in my entire life.
The present is all we have – for certain. Investing in the here and now has huge pay-offs.
I want to be the image of health that I’ve presented myself as. The go-getter who hits the gym daily, eats the right things, and gets enough sleep. But my reality is far from that because my illness doesn’t allow for it.
There are corner coffee shops with mugs in every shade of feeling where you will read the paper and pretend that you’re in Paris or Spain and sip too strong coffee as you learn to be alone.