And here’s what I got out of it.
While many of us see failure as the end of the world, some of the greatest of all time failed many times. Hell, it seems the failures have even built them! So, let’s take a look about what they have to say about failures.
Mondays have a really negative stigma to ’em, keep in mind there are some who didn’t get to see this day and we take it for granted.
So here are 15 quotes to remind you to remain grateful.
It’s my birthday today! Currently I’m in London celebrating yet another year of life. Living my best life; exploring, eating and enjoying a drink or two. Tho, no lager for me. I ain’t about that life. But you best believe that I’m super excited to be here, even if it isn’t a bounty vacay like I wanted in the first place. I’m still grateful to be here. Especially today. Whenever I reach my birthday, a particular feeling of gratitude overcomes me. Because tbh, I tend to take days for granted. I tend to forget that every day is a gift and that it’s not guaranteed. Getting to experience another birthday is not a sure thing. There are so many people who don’t get to see my age. Yet, here I am and in London. Ticking off another place I wanted to visit off my bucket list. Feeling ever so blessed. Which is why I want to share my 8 affirmations of gratitude with you. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and …
Jump start the week with these 15 motivational quotes.
Small-minded people. You might have one of them in your life, maybe a couple of them. I dunno, but hopefully after reading this you’ll be able to detect them!
Live your best life with these 15 quotes!
Gary Vaynerchuk is as he’d like to call himself a pure bread entrepreneur. He is always sharing great knowledge albeit on his podcast, IG or on his blog. Read some of his greatest gems here.
For this year, one of my goals is to read at least 24 books. Which basically means reading 2 books per month. The first book I chose to read this year was in line with one of my other goals: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson. The reason I chose this book is because -get ready for the cliché- I really want to achieve bigger things in life. However, the thoughts of these things I wish to achieve, in combination with social media immediately get me overwhelmed, anxious and depressed. In that order. To the point that I’ll just have a glass of wine and hide in bed instead. And all because I have too much fucks to give. In all honesty, I hadn’t read any reviews on this book and actually thought it would be another self-help book that would tell me how capable I am of achieving marvelous things in life as long as I cared less about what people think. Boy, was I wrong. Is it a self-help …
Now that 2018 is coming to an end it’s time for the usual new year’s resolutions. Only this time next to my goals I made a list of less vs more. Find out what made it to my list.