What changed over the last three years is not the places or the people I have met along the way. What has changed, is me. What changed, is me finally putting myself first. What changed, is me deciding that I am worth it. That I deserve a happy life and a career that I adore. What changed, is the mindset of believing in myself again.
This is almost too relatable.
“The back” is not a magical wonderland.
My mom told me, “You know, we all have a metaphorical Ashley somewhere, haunting us and making us feel worthless.”
“I am twenty-three years old and I am afraid of what my future will bring. I wish I could say I found an amazing career or became self-made prodigy or social media star but I haven’t.”
I could totally do this. But better.
“I could report u…i won’t if you send some pics…”
No amount of money is worth the loss of your sanity.
If you can find a dog at a party, you’ll spend all of your time on the floor with it. It beats having small talk with strangers that you’ll probably never see again.
You won’t always be the bigger person, but it’s a good thing to try.