As you mature, the more you realize these 12 things:
1: No one has it all together. 2: Trusting your gut the first time is usually the best option. 3: The world is more gray than black and white. 4: You can’t control other people. 5: Holding grudges is not the best use of your time. 6: Being honest could save you a lot of time. 7: Childhood, although short, was very impactful. 8: Life is too short to stay in unhealthy relationships. 9: People tell you exactly who they are and it’s your job to listen. 10: Winning an argument is not as important as finding a solution. 11: Having a support system improves your mood and quality of life. 12: Everything and everyone is not worth your energy.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. I have heard enough of LOVE ABOVE MONEY or similar bullshits very often. Most people prefer not talking about MONEY as if it’s a taboo. On the other hand, i love it when someone says “I LOVE MONEY & I LOVE MAKING MONEY. ALL MY DEMANDS ARE FROM MYSELF”. First learn about it, then implement it. Investment is a sexy thing.)
1. LIVE WITH PURPOSE: The first step to some major main character energy is to live with purpose. As the main character of your life, one of the worst possible things you can do is to let it pass you by. The goals, desires, and accomplishments you hope to see happen are up to you to work towards.
2. SET BOUNDARIES: While you’re learning to be main character in your life, you need to develop confidence and comfortability in setting boundaries with other people. You know what you want, and what’s important to you and you need to be okay with removing things and relationships that don’t allow you to maintain those.
KNOWING THESE 7 FACTS WILL MAKE YOU INFINITELY HAPPIER:
1. Wake up every morning, say, ‘this is going to be the best day of my life’, and it will be. 2. The moment you realize you are responsible for every aspect of your life is when you are completely free. 3. You don’t have to be in a relationship to be happy. You just have to understand yourself. 4. To love yourself, simply be yourself. 5. Life is in constant flux. Savor the moments we enjoy and know that those we don’t will pass. 6. The self is always changing. What matters is how we create the self we wish to be every moment. 7. We only have so much time. It’s okay and crucial to cut off things that are unnecessary.
12 Habits you don’t realize are killing you slowly:
1. You skip breakfast/meals all the time. 2. You spend money you don’t have. 3. You are entertaining an unhappy relationship/friendship/marriage. 4. You text while you walk. 5. You skip your exercise/workout routine. 6. You snack when you’re not hungry. 7. You overwork yourself. 8. You bite your nails. 9. Your posture goes unchecked. 10. You have a severe lack of sleep. 11. You skip out on the vitamin D. 12. You load up on the caffeine.
If only people understood how important it is to be consistent. Everything that has value in life is a product of consistency. Success, health, fitness, wealth, friendships, relationships, and all other aspiration: are all about CONSISTENCY.
I know people who graduated college at 21, and didn’t get a salary job until they were 27. I know people who graduated at 25 and already had a salary job. I know people who have children and are single. I know people who are married and had to wait 8-10 years to be parents. I know people who are in a relationship and love someone else. I know people who love each other and aren’t together. There are people waiting to love and be loved. My point is, everything in life happens according to our time, our clock. You may look at your friends and some may seem to be ahead or behind you, but they’re not, they’re living according to the pace of their clock, so be patient.
You’re not falling behind, it’s just not your time. (Not my words.)
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. I shared it just because i like this one. Very few will understand where this song is heading.)