Know what you want so you can get what you want.
If you don’t know what you want, then it doesn’t really matter what you get.
Harsh but true. If you don’t know what you want your career to look like, then it doesn’t matter what job you work. If you don’t know what kind of relationship you want, then any type or relationship is fine.
It seems so simple but knowing what you want is so important. If you don’t know, how can you 1) go after what you want and 2) energetically pull in what you want? It’s impossible. Without a clear focus and a destination in mind, you’re sending the Universe mixed signals (and we all know how confusing it is to be on the receiving end of those…ever dated the appropriately labeled “fuck boy/girl?”).
I’m going to tell you a secret that can change your life if you’re willing to embrace it: It’s entirely possible to create the life of your dreams.
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A plea to my fellow Millennials…
I’m tired of all the memes, posts, and quotes about savagery, “don’t catch the feels,” and hashtags about waste his/her time in 2017. What a bunch of babies we Millennials are. Sorry—but it’s true. When I come across these posts, instead of seeing a strong, independent, badass image the person is attempting to display, I just see fear. I see someone scared shitless of their emotions, and I think, “how sad for them to be so trapped in their own emotional and mental prison.”
So I wonder…how did this happen? Were we coddled too much by our helicopter baby boomer parents? Were we given too many “participation awards” when we actually lost? Were we pushed too much to succeed and look good for others rather than to feel good for ourselves?
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Day 30: Write 5 things you never realized you were grateful for before participating in this exercise
Write your responses to the prompt above in a designated Gratitude Journal.
Write each of the five answers as “I am grateful for ___________.”