This is where you will thrive. I wanted to share those learning with you all — and perhaps my younger self — as a reminder than we are all fumbling through this thing called life together. How to be genuinely happy for others.
29 and Counting: A Chick's Guide to Turning 30
For me, this came at a point when I was truly happy with my own life. It fills you up.
You can only focus on your own happiness. Saying no to one thing leaves you room to say yes to something else you really want. Stop waiting for the other shoe to drop. There are always going to be people who struck a better deal, but also those who have it way worse.
There are people really suffering out there. Be grateful for what you do have.
You can create a life you want. Source: paje victoria Unsplash. I spent far too long working my schedule around what worked for clients and friends, getting little consideration in return.
Be cautious with your time but also show up for the people who show up for you. If your friends fly in from Australia for your wedding, you drive six hours to their baby shower. Ignore the noise. You choose what you allow into your life. This could mean ending a friendship, firing a client, or taking a month off of social media. No—I want to keep shopping. Order by , and we can deliver your NextDay items by.
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