no.14 surprised me

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  1. Don’t be that person who’s interested in everything but commits to nothing.
  2. Making food for someone is a love language.
  3. There is only one way to avoid negative opinions: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing. Who wants to live like that?
  4. It’s OK to be clumsy, nervous, and clueless. The important thing is you show up anyway. Grab opportunities when they come.
  5. Don’t be afraid to do things alone. Or to be alone.
  6. Don’t make it worse by sitting too long in the bad — learn to dance while you cry.
  7. Resting is productive. …


Pink frame that says “KEEP GOING” in small green block letters.
Pink frame that says “KEEP GOING” in small green block letters.
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The freedom is good until it’s bad

When you think of the positive aspects of living alone, this was probably the first one that came to you. But is it all positive? And what about when a global pandemic is living outside? Can you truly be free inside? I don’t think you thought that part through.

But it’s okay, some of the most memorable decisions aren’t thought through.

It was definitely on the top of the list for reasons why you felt compelled to just go for it. The freedom to do things as you please knowing that you only have yourself to answer to sounded really…

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