In regards to everyday conversations, I often find myself saying, in no particular order of frequency:
It’s not an everyday occurrence that life grants you an opportunity to rectify a mistake you have made. So when there is a reasonable and practical means of fixing an error, it would be foolish not to jump at the chance.
In a world filled with doubters and haters, simply tuning out the negativity makes a big difference. As someone who knows a thing or two about dwelling on the bad stuff, it took me awhile to realize that it did me no good to let myself be affected adversely. All
I want to proceed even further with my efforts to take back my life with full force. To do this, I have already begun simple steps to get the ball rolling.
Everything is turning into a personal journey of finding out who I really am as a person.
Everyone likes feeling validated. The sense of being acknowledged for something, especially if you are perceived as competent, is a driving force for many people out there. For me, I have been thinking a lot more about my professional future and where I want to be in the next coming
I learn things differently. It took me awhile before I came to grips with this fact, but it is the only logical conclusion as to why I do not understand things like “normal” people. This can be traced all the way back to as early as elementary school. Now, I