More hasn't been placed on you than you can handle. The problem is in the underestimating of yourself.
While I don’t believe in the words “always” or “never” in the year 2017, I do believe that LaRae Quy makes some great points in this article. And, fellas, there is a ton we can take from this piece as well. All around good reading but, ladies, this one’s for you.
This morning, I was washing dishes and realized something that I hope changes the course of my life. I was trying to decide on whether or not to go to the gym when I get home from work (I slept in this morning and missed my exercise time) and that is when lightning struck me: … Continue reading The Myth of the Option
I know that, while I'm grateful for my income, I could be bringing in so much more and I can do that while keeping my current job and gaining this valuable experience.
I shouldn't be better off simply because I was born to certain parents in a certain state in a certain country. And, if I am better off because of that alone, then I have a responsibility to help make my fellow (wo)man better.
The real question is "Are you shortening your life for something that isn't going to help supplement what you bring to the table when you no longer can?"
How often do you take a day not to vacation but to really just enjoy it? Weekends are weekends. They’re for enjoying. But when do you step away, meditate, and really focus on bettering yourself? We all need them and we shouldn’t be ashamed to take them, nor bullied when we do.