Change never comes to those who wait. We cannot change by remaining who we are. Change comes to those who day in and day out do their best to improve their lives, change behavior, rid themselves of unhealthy habits, and stay motivated to be consistent, setting goals for themselves & sticking to plans. Change requires us to recognize our failures and do our best daily to be the best version of ourselves, by bettering ourselves everyday. Change comes to those who not only care about others but also themselves. Always see the glass half full, thinking in terms of what you do have, not what you have not.
What inspires change? Change can be because of personal reasons or because of reasons outside of our control. Change is not easy for anyone. Usually when we experience change we become uneasy, not feeling like ourselves, out of place, needing to regroup -feeling like we’ve lost stable footing. All those feelings are a normal response to change. We all go through changes in life. Some of us are better equipped than others when responding to change but we all eventually adapt somehow. Never lose faith in your ability to adapt to change & always be willing to accept change in your life. The better able you are at adapting to change, the stronger & better off you’ll be in the long run, achieving in life. Life isn’t a race. With patience & perseverance you can overcome a great many things in life.
The best things in life come free to us. Usually when we least expect it. Always be open to change and new experiences as this is when we learn the most about ourselves and others. You cannot predict the future, at best we can prepare ourselves for it at the present. Don’t allow negativity to keep you from living your best life. The more prepared you are in life the more able you are to enjoy life and life’s blessings.
You can wait your whole life for the perfect one, or you can build a relationship with someone who can become the one. There’s no such thing as the one when it comes to relationships, that’s just something they tell you to give you hope when you’re struggling to have faith you’ll find them one day. When you connect with someone spiritually and professionally that’s a product of hardwork, determination, and patience. Love requires you not take anything too personally and put the needs of others before your own, even if it means sacrificing you’re happiness to the benefit of another. We are not always willing in life to put the needs of others before our own, usually when we are working on ourselves. During those times its unlikely you’ll match perfect and the one may come and go, pass you by, without notice because you are focused on yourself not on helping others and finding someone who compliments your weaknesses and brings out your strengths. Those make the best loving relationships, and best long term unions. If you’re ever in doubt as to whether they’re the one, look first at yourself how much you’ve grown with them, what you’ve accomplished, and how fulfilled you feel in life, are you whole? In pieces? or Together? That would be the best measure for making a determination as to whether this person is right for you in your life right now or for the long term. Be with those who make you stronger, compliment your weaknesses, and buffer you when your down, it’s most likely when we are left astray neglected that these bonds break and cause us to question the status of the relationship to the ones we are with. The stronger you are individually the more matches you will find in life able to adapt and adjust more readily to the needs of others. But always a strong sense of Faith is required to maintain any loving relationship, that prepares us for any failures or losses we may encounter and causes us to in turn strengthen bonds with in the event of setbacks not turn a cold shoulder, leave behind, dismantle, or let go of something once sound but now broken.
In your 20s you have the World at your fingertips. Fearless, driven, and motivated. At times you feel invincible, like anything could happen, and that you’re capable of making anything happen for you in life -if you just set your mind to it. That is true, running on all cylinders, school gym party is the easiest schedule in life it seems. But by the time you turn 30 reality begins to set in, life feels short, and you realize there’s more too it than how many people surround you or by how many people accept you. Instead your success is measured by how much you get done past your 20s which seems like an award winning accomplishment to survive, but the hard work doesn’t start until you turn 30. At 20 you assemble, at 30 you create, at 20 you’re given directions, at 30 you write them, at 20 you train, at 30 you coach, at 20 you try, at 30 you learn. There’s nothing wrong with growing up by 30, so long as you value yourself, know your self-worth, set limits, and boundaries you should have no trouble continuing to grow at a steady pace, only difference, is that at 30 there’s no room for error, whereas your 20s don’t matter only sets you up for your 30s where you either shine straight to the top, or startover from the bottom up, except this time you’re getting paid. Lesson: Don’t burn yourself out too early in life with worry, regret, or take any hardships too seriously, as these are just learning lessons apart of life not the end all be all. Be Kind to yourself and enjoy life no matter what age you are, always do your best.
It’s easy to give up and become negative. Instead of seeing criticism as failure or interpret it as people being negative towards you view it in the positive. If others did not care about you they would not point out your weaknesses or cause you to question yourself or work productivity. We all try to better one another, why we care enough to comment, and participate in one another’s self growth online. Always do your best and take everyone’s criticism with a grain of salt. As a Blogger you automatically subject yourself to criticism. When your work is on display for the World to see. Always assume that the comments shared by others are in your best interests and never assume the negative. Negativity causes mental illness, and interferes with your work ethic when you overconsume yourself with the opinions of others. Don’t compare yourself to others, and always try to be better than the person you were yesterday, the only person you should compete against in life is yourself.
Never let your emotions get the best of you. When you hurt you’re not the only one who hurts. Always be mindful of those who care about you. To whom you express sadness and grievances to matters. Never be blind to the feelings of others. You never know who hurts when you do, and who cares too. Always do your best to see the positive and be uplifting. Whenever you feel down, remind yourself of what there is to be thankful for, always. You never know who you may affect by sharing your feelings, therefore make sure you always analyze things in the positive when you share not the negative, and be careful of bringing others down with you.