I guess the moral of the story is that I had my own personal grass-is-always-greener/aha-moment. We all think that someone else has it better. But what we forget to do is count our blessings, and really think about how great we have it. I think it may be better to tell ourselves that others don’t have it better than us just because their life is different from ours. We are all equally blessed. It’s time to stop comparing! Also, its necessary for us to stop defining our lives by our occupation. It’s just one part of everything we have. I think that often we always turn to our job as THE thing that must be the problem. My friend and I ultimately decided that when feeling this way its not always about making a huge change, but maybe making a change in daily life. Changing up the little things.
Thoughts on growing up.
You have this horrible habit of forgetting how amazing you are. I swear, you get so caught up in the successes of others that it destroys you because you’re not them. Don’t do that, my dear friend, you will accomplish all you want because you’re you. You are the possibility of something more in…