Never lose or suppress the fire that’s deep within you…it can be fatal to your happiness.
I’m hard at work on number 2 right now, but I feel I should also take some time to focus on number 5 as well.
Which one do you feel needs the most attention in your life right now?
Hell yeah! That’s my motto everyday ;)
Hi friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. If I’ve seemed distant lately, that’s because I have been :( But not because I wanted to be, I’ve just been incredibly busy! Work (both jobs) has been so busy, I’ve been putting in extra volunteer time too. Really I’ve just been running myself ragged here lately. I keep telling myself it’s temporary, that it will lead to something better and I won’t have to kill myself like this every week forever…I’m hoping what I keep telling myself is true! Do any of you all feel like this?
The baby tigers you saw photos of me feeding our now at the age where they need to be trained on how to walk on a leash…not sure how all of you feel about that, I have mixed feelings about it myself, but it’s been great opportunity for me to work with the animals and learn how to read their behavior. The experience has actually been a lot more educational than I ever thought it would be. So I’ve been working on that three days a week on top of my normal crazy schedule.
But I assure you all that I am alive and well and am still working on your gift! I actually got quite a bit done last week and I am hoping to get it published here for you all this week…we’ll see. In the meantime, how ‘bout some inspiration? :)
We have a toxic relationship with failure. From an early age, we are taught in school that mistakes are bad. Mistakes on papers and tests are marked with a red pen and points are taken off. As a result, school teaches us to avoid mistakes rather than to make mistakes and then learn from them.
Failures are actually brilliant opportunities to learn. It is often easier to diagnose what went wrong after a failure than to figure out the key elements that lead to a success. By avoiding failure, then, we are removing an important tool from our mental toolbox.
See? You can’t screw it up :) Just strive to be the best version of you…constantly, consistently and without hesitation. You’ll be just fine!
You’re doing great! - http://rewildedlife.tumblr.com
"Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time of which you have any control: now."
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