If you spent 2017 caring for others, and feeling the pain of not always receiving the same respect back, do not use 2018 as an excuse to change that.
The way you accomplish things that people tell you that you can’t do is one of my favorite things about you.
In 2018 I can only hope I meet someone I love as deeply as I loved you. But more than that I hope I meet someone who can love me the way I deserve.
Don’t settle, whatever you do, do not settle because you’re afraid nothing better will come along because it will if you’re both brave enough to seek it out and patient enough to wait for what you deserve.
I totally support people making healthy changes and routines, but I cringe thinking about the entire movement to lose weight in the new year, mostly because I associate dieting with the darkest part of my life.
If you’re anything like me, work will become too much. You’ll leave the restaurant at 2 am. You’ll come back at 9 am. You won’t be able to go to auditions. You won’t be making as much money. You won’t be happy.
I hope you learn to walk away from what is not meant to be yours.
Maybe the secret to a fulfilling new year is to stop expecting our lives to change just because this last year ended.
Don’t feel overwhelmed if you feel like you can’t accomplish all of these resolutions in the new year. Take it slow. Pick out which ones matter the most to you. The important thing is to take care of yourself first.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator sorts people into sixteen distinct personality ‘types’ that share common patterns of processing information. And each type needs something a little different when it comes to preparing for the school year!