This is a wonderful article. Sometime we get so caught up in keeping up with the Jones’ that we forget all that we really have and all that we have been through. We are never the finished product unless we are dead, and there is some debate about that. There is time enough to grow and experience and enjoy those little things that are really the big things. Try to keep what is important in focus and let the rest sort itself out.
- Youpaid the bills this month, and maybe even had extra to spend on non-necessities. It doesn’t matter how much you belabored the checks as they went out, the point is thatthey did, and you figured it out regardless.
- You question yourself. You doubt your life. You feel miserable some days. This means you’re still open to growth. This means you can be objective and self-aware. The best people go home at the end of the day and think: “or… maybe there’s another way.”
- You have a job. Forhowever many hours, at whatever rate, you are earning money that helps you eat something, sleep on something, wear something every day.It’s not failure if it doesn’t look the way you thought it would – you’re valuing your independence and taking responsibility for yourself.
- You have time to dosomething you enjoy. Even if “what you enjoy” is sitting on the couch…
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