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25 Things I Would Tell My Teenage Self Today

You are meant to make mistakes, but you are also meant to learn from them.


How To Stop Being Addicted To Your Problems

You have to make sure you’re more in love with your life than you are with your problems.


7 Ways To Live A More Magical Life

Your body is a temple – decorate it.


10 Traits Of Emotionally Strong People

They do not try to invalidate their feelings by using logic to stop them.


Why Do We Feel Compelled To ‘Perform’ For Others?

When I stopped trying to perform, or be inspirational, or dazzling or even polished, that’s when I could be. That’s when I actually left people in awe. Because what they really want is to see who you really are.


10 Less Obvious Ways To Reinvent Your Life Next Year

Do less. A lot less. Wanting “more” is almost always a sign you feel you’re incapable of getting, having or keeping what it is you really want.


10 Incredible Facts About The World That Will Make You Feel Less Alone

If you hold up a grain of sand, the patch of sky it covers contains about 10,000 galaxies.


What You Can Learn About Yourself When You Make A List Of What You Want In Someone Else

Make a list of what you want in a partner. In it, you’ll discover an extraordinary amount about yourself.


The Illusion Of Being Stuck: How To Move On In A World That Waits For No One

You can never be stuck because earth keeps turning. Time keeps ticking. Energy keeps living. The universe glimmers on. The world never fails to continue on forward into the future. Don’t keep yourself in quicksand.


The Problem Isn’t “Living Within The Box,” But Living Within Someone Else’s

Since discovering life outside the box I can’t help but look at people differently who are still stuck in the box. The people who will probably never realize how little their box really is.

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Unlocking The Power Of Uncertainty

We use our past as a map to the future. I believe that certain roads will congest at certain times of day because they were full of traffic in the past. I believe that a friend loves me because their actions align with those of others who said they loved me before.


A Reminder From Your True Self: Keep Going

Messy, sticky, crossed out words on a brand new sheet of paper; growth is anything but neat. You are not your mistakes. You are the symphony that plays after months, years, days, of mistake-ridden practice. You are the musician’s bloody fingers after playing the same chords for an entire day.


The Art Of Giving The F*#k Up

I’m starting to believe that “what I’m not” creates the contrast for me to see “what I am,” and I’m starting to believe that maybe you can’t have everything in life, but that you can have what really, sincerely matters to you, if you’re one of the lucky ones who figure that out before it’s too late.