Another great blog.Posted: October 1, 2012 Filed under: Fave raves | Tags: coolness, resiliency, wisdom 4 Comments
I was pointed toward this one by Leah’s blog Dream Big Cape Breton.
Very cool, just what I needed when I needed it. I especially dig Tyler’s post 13 Rules For Being Alone And Being Happy About It. This post has the best, most accurate description of introversion I have ever read. Plus:
“I’ve never come home from a trip feeling anything less than a better, stronger person.”
“It’s very easy to find someone to spend time with, but when you have high standards for the people you allow into your life, you’re telling yourself that you’re better off by yourself than with someone who isn’t a great fit for you.”
“There is no such thing as a boring person. There is no such thing as a boring situation. If you’re ever bored, it’s because you’re not paying attention. This is a problem with you, not with your surroundings.”
“The purpose for your life doesn’t need to be complex or earth shattering. It doesn’t have to be big or overwhelming. It only needs to be present. Once it’s there, it gets much easier to make plans you can take action on. Pursue these plans immediately. Don’t put them off. Don’t wait for the perfect opportunity. Perfect never comes, and the longer you wait, the harder it is to get started.”
True that. Take a look.
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