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Better Days Will Come

Not every day is going to be your day. Not every weekend is going to be fun. Not every night out is going to be perfect. Not every relationship is going to work out and that is okay. You're allowed to have off days, you're allowed to be completely out of it, you're allowed to make stupid impulsive decisions that you'll regret later, it's what makes us human. It's part of the process of life.

 If every day were perfect we wouldn't have any appreciation for them. Instead, when some days suck and then the next day is better we are so thankful for that better day. For the sunlight. For the encouragement. Sometimes we're so deep into bad days it seems like good ones are never going to come to us, but then when that good day/week finally does make it, and it will trust me, we are so grateful for it. So much more grateful than we would be if we hadn't had those bad days first.

Bad is necessary if we want good. That's just how the world works. Nothing c…
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No Experience is Waisted

Experiences have purpose. There is a reason for everything we experience. 

I was listening to a podcast today and the author mentioned something that really stuck with me.

 "Every experience has a purpose"

Even when we feel like we're not getting anywhere or we're not getting anything out of life. Every day to day experience we have teaches us things when we don't even realize it. Every experience, no matter how mundane, has a purpose in your life. Why we experience things matters. Every interaction was for a reason. No day you live goes waisted. Each day has meaning even when it feels purposeless. I encourage you to remember, whatever you experience ultimately is for your benefit. In the long run, everything is for your benefit. 

The world is not against you, on the contrary, it is for you. 

Do Something

Finding yourself with an overflowing to-do list and no willpower to do it?

Do something.

I learned something incredibly powerful that I want to share with you. It's called the Do Something Principle. This principle was created by the amazing Mark Manson. It suggests that when we feel unmotivated, un-inspired in our lives that in order for us to become motivated we must do something. See we've fallen under the mindset that we need the inspiration in order to get anything done. We've become needy on 'inspiration'. We feed off it. We have to be inspired to make a change. The do something principle suggests in fact that we can't get inspired until we actually do something and that in turn gives us the inspiration we are searching for. We must have action before we can be motivated to do more action.

So instead of

Inspiration = Action

really it's

Action = Inspiration

Once we just buck up and do whatever it is that we have to do we will then feel the motivation t…