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Dreams, Regrets and a Conversation that Changed My Life

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My fourth day of law school I met Chris Jones.

I’d been staring out the window for most of class thinking, “Oh-no-no-no what have I done coming to law school?!”

When we wrapped, Chris who’d been sitting next to me asked my thoughts on what the professor said.

“I don’t really care.” I looked up at him, shocked I was admitting to a stranger something I didn’t even know I wanted to admit to myself. “I don’t think I should be here.”

3 Simple Ways to Create a Good Day

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You know those days where everything seems to go wrong from the moment you get out of bed?

We all know things tend to come in three’s and how a bad morning can turn into an even worse day.

In order to bring on the good from the moment we wake up till the time we hit the pillow here are 3 simple ways to create a good day:

Ride Your Moods. Own Your Emotions.

Though I’m a big believer happiness is a choice (for the most part), life isn’t always sunshine and roses.

Sometimes there isn’t even a reason we feel sad, anxious, angry or blah.

It’s important we allow ourselves to feel all we’re feeling and at the same time keep in mind it’s only a mood or season.

How You (Yes, You!) Can Make a Difference

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My freshman year of college I was slapped with a $300 parking ticket for illegally parking in a handicap spot on campus.

Technically, I was only temporarily using the spot to unload my car, but still it was not cool of me to do.

It did though introduce me to a world of volunteering and do-gooders I’ll always be thankful for. You see…

We’re All Works in Progress

A few weeks ago I was introduced to my new favorite word: Flawsome.

Flawsome (adj.) An individual who embraces their “flaws” and knows they’re awesome regardless.

Most of us are pretty hard on ourselves and tend to focus on what we perceive to be bad, wrong or unwanted more than what’s good, right and wanted.

You Don’t Have to See the Whole Staircase

When we think about what we want we can’t help but light up. We become giddy like a kid on Christmas jumping out of bed and racing to see what Santa brought.

When we think about what we want we feel excited, amazing and happy.