It’s so crazy and actually startling and dizzying to think that every person you meet has someone they love, someone they miss, and something they love to do. I love those relationships that are fast paced and happen at 4 … Continue reading →
1. Not only focus on the inherently positive things that warrant gratitude but also the difficult things that were crucial for getting you to where you are now. Failure and loss are almost always pivotal redirects.
2. Stop annihilating yourself for having some self doubt, an off day, a not-so-picture-perfect past or uncertainty about what you want your future to look like. You don’t have to have it together all the time. You don’t always have to understand yourself, and nobody should expect you to, least of all yourself.
3. Take notes on your life. If you take a second to write down the little, otherwise insignificant things in your day that made you happy or upset you, especially if you seldom care to admit that they affected you, you’ll notice some pretty telling patterns about yourself.
4. Understand that the opposite of love is indifference. Re-evaluate your relationships with that…