Realizing you’re not alone in your struggle

struggle

When I’m upset I hermit. A lot of us do that. We obsess over our own issues and build them up to be these mountains that we have to climb, and we feel we have to climb them alone. We become haunted by the things that stress us out and isolate ourselves from the people around us because we don’t think they could understand what we’re going through — the very unique burden that we carry — or we don’t want to put that weight on them. They’re fine. They’re happy. Our issues are not relatable. We are the very first to ever experience struggle.

No one? Just me?

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If I can be a “morning person”, you can be a morning person

As you get busier, you realize that things that used to work for you don’t work anymore. The same is true about getting older. You develop different mental, physical and emotional needs and you have to learn to adjust to meet those needs. One of my main needs right now is energy–and, no matter what I do, I never seem to have enough of it.

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