In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.
This reminds us that anyone can live a creative life if they want to and choose to. Let your life be a painting; let your life be a poem.
You’ve gotta be brave when you go into your adult life. You’ve gotta nut up.
We think this is phenomenally important. Knowing yourself, what makes you light up, what you’re about, is essential to living a meaningful, truthful life. Make it your business to know yourself.
Listen to your heart. Sometimes this is the best solution. Forget the science and the data, the research and the numbers, the advice and the warnings, and the experience. Just go with what’s in your heart.
Everything changes and change is the only constant, isn’t it? Here’s hoping you’re handling changes in your life with grace and style!
We’ve written before about not having any regrets. Sometimes it’s hard to have no regrets, so flip the dialogue so your experiences are lessons that show the way, not regrets.
We will never get tired of sharing these messages with you, cliche or not. 🙂 Be positive, Salty friends, because it costs you nothing. What are you doing to be positive these days? Let us know.
This makes good sense–figure out your passion to find your purpose. Here’s to keying into our passions and purposes!