To the guy in the middle : The happiest and the saddest as I start my 2019. There is no one like you I’ve ever met, a young talented, comedian, fierce looking, witty person who knows how to play piano while singing. You were beyond amazing! When you came into my life, you taught me things that I thought I will never learn before. You’re still young, you have goals to reach as to become a Teacher but all has to stop becoz you have to depart this harsh world that we live in. You taught me how to appreciate life every day, be grateful for what I have right now. It’s not money or fame that’ll make you as a whole, but showing kindness & care to the people around you. Cliff @heneralford , you have finally rested. You may be gone in this physical world but we know you’re definitely somewhere else safe, sound & healthy. You don’t have to worry anymore as you will still breathe the next day or what, rest assured you will no longer suffer and feel pain. Just the sad part is the people you left behind. Thank you for the memories! I have no regrets in meeting you til you were gone. You will be missed!
After many years of working so hard, retirement is something many of us look forward to. That time when they can now sit back and relax, see and enjoy the fruits of their productive years.
As early as now, you plan your retirement that’s why you save, right? That’s why you consider investing, isn’t it? Wealth coach @chinkeetan gives us suggestions on how to save money even after our retirement.
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Strong is the new beautiful. 👊🏻
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I saw someone on share a post stating that “January so far has just been a giant Monday.” “Monday” has a negative connotation and that post simply implied that it’s just the first month of the year and it’s been sucky.
Before we begin a New Year, everyone has a picture in their minds of how they want the year to go. We write down our goals for the year, the milestones, the places we want to visit, etc.
But what happens when it’s almost the end of January and plans change? When nothing is getting ticked off your “to-do-list?” When you haven’t been consistent with the “New Habits” you wanted to form?
“We all have the best intentions of these grand things that we wanna do. We’re always thinking about the very clean output of what we want.”- @thematthewhussey
We want progress. We have major goals to hit but we also forget about ticking the tinier boxes that make ticking the bigger boxes possible. We forget to factor in time and the realities of life. Most of us have jobs we dedicate most of our time to. We forget that there are certain things we cannot avoid that may hinder or delay our plans. It may be a breakup, losing a loved one, losing a job, an emergency that financially incapacitates you… or something.
And because we forget to factor in these little things, we think we’re failures because things aren’t going according to our timeline.
I’ve been wanting to launch my website since October last year. But things happen, you prioritise, and you make decisions that may cause delays. I’m still working towards that goal by trying to consistently put out content of value, drafting some articles I want to release, and learning about web design.
It’s these little tasks that we need to do to get to the major thing that’s making us feel like things are moving too slow. That we’re not making progress.
We all need to give ourselves a bit of credit for checking the tiny boxes we forgot about. It’s those little things that make accomplishing the bigger goals possible.
Progress is the day-to-day challenges we overcome.
We’ll all be happier if we let our circumstances be what it is instead of what we think it should be or what it could have been.