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One Day at a Time

With just 18 days until I turn 30, I must admit that while I am excited... I do feel like I could have "done more".

Don't you just hate societally imposed timelines

If I am honest with myself, which I try to be more often, the timeline I made for myself at 18 was delusional and based on me believing that everything (and everyone) would go according to plan - MY plan. Oh how quickly my 18, 19, 20 year old+ self realized that was ridiculous.

I am an overthinker, a planner, and an idealist - I'm also an empath, but we can talk about that in another post - I think these three things make for a good combo, right?

To avoid rambling and to stick with the title of this post..

I constantluy remind myself that I need to take one day at a time

Yesterday is gone and tomorrow IS NOT PROMISED - a reality I realized this year after losing a dear friend to cancer - You really should always do what you can today and make your plans adaptable because things can change in a second.

I think another important thing to do is take people at face value - for the most part - you honestly don't know what others are going through - people are often surprised when they hear what I've been through - and as I've learned

The world does NOT revolve around you - your world may, but not THEE world

Someone's bad mood most likely has NOTHING to do with you, don't take it on and don't ket it alter your mood. We all have so much going on, no more than ever, we really have to just

BE KIND


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