There will always be an excuse. Stop making one. Stop thinking you’re not ready, or that you need to be more prepared. Stop telling yourself lies out of fear. Stop doubting what you feel in your heart that you need to do. Stop waiting for someone to pursue you, or for opportunities to fall into your lap.
It’s okay if you’re a mess, if you’re still ‘figuring it out,’ if your lost or trying to find your way—life isn’t about having it all together, but about moving forward—day by day, step by step.
You might inspire someone else. Without even realising it, you might be a role model for a friend or colleague.
Exercise your body, your rights of freedom, your right to explore, grow and be happy.
It allows you to reconnect with your own thoughts, dreams, desires, and insecurities. And it challenges you to enjoy the solidarity that life has to offer.
Like an addict, I suffer from an illness and consider myself always in recovery.
Here are three steps that I’ve taken over the years to manage recurring clinical depression.
But growing up in a small town in the Midwest really does grow on you. Moving away, you start to miss the little things (or in the Midwest’s case, not so little).
“You know that point in your life when you realize the house you grew up in isn’t really your home anymore?”