regrets

I'm exceptionally good at cutting people out of my life, thus that's exactly how I've dealt with the people I feel have wronged
We can all learn and relate to these stories.
“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life
My grandfather died in 2012. At the funeral in South Carolina, my brother and I sat on either side of my grandmother. My grandparents had split on a hot, muggy August night in 1977.
So Ronnie sets out. Along the way, he meets up with Myla, who's still making her movie... The Road Not Taken... and wants
In the years before Ed moved to the Center we didn't touch each other very much. Didn't hug, didn't kiss, rarely had any
Pretend as if And once you've immersed yourself in your values laden future, and armed yourself with the guiding light of
I hope these lessons are as useful to you as they have been to me over the years. As I write them, I'm reminded of their
The Future Obituary of Rebecca Mckown after She Opened Up to Her Dreams Rebecca Although Rebecca was often lost in her dreams
Sometimes it's enough to know that you did the best you could with what you had, you'd do it again if you had to (with a few minor adjustments) and you're truly proud of that person staring back at you in the mirror. And that you have no regrets.
An inheritance. What shall I do with it? A signature, the date, lipstick sealed. I look at the lipstick. One thinks of good
Source: *HBR.org report, businessinsider.com 1. Some professionals stated, "I wish I hadn't taken the job for the money." The
Those dreams live inside of you and yearn to be expressed. Take advantage of today and carpe diem! Please don't be one of those people who come to die only to discover that they never really lived.
Life can encourage or discourage us depending on the endless situations we encounter and the choices we make on a daily basis.
Nothing defeats goal setting more than living with regret. Regrets have a way of embedding themselves into your subconscious and magically re-appearing at the most inopportune time. They usually turn up at the first hint of difficulty.
The tiny baby girl that had slept on my chest for days when we brought her home is actually going to be leaving soon. Memories of tea parties, elementary school plays, and cheerleading practices brought to mind some tough questions.