I think as human beings it’s only normal to think that perhaps others have it better than us, that perhaps we can find someone better than the one we are currently seeing, etc. This kind of thinking although it may be natural to feel, it can prevent you from seeing all the good that is front of you. It is because of this that I would like to encourage you to see that the grass is never greener on the other side. Don’t wait until something is lost for you to start valuing it.
Perhaps many don’t want to miss things. We don’t want to really miss the one we love, we long for certain experiences or places, we long for certain feelings. However, believe it or not, there is is value in the missing and this is what today’s post is about and as you keep reading, you will notice how this ties to your well-being. Missing something or someone provides important elements to your well-being, one of them being appreciation. We tend to appreciate what we don’t h
Many times we may feel like the job that we do is not important perhaps because we just clean bathrooms, perhaps it’s a job as a cashier, etc. Whatever it is that you do, even if you view it as being insignificant, know that your job indeed IS important. You don’t have to be a doctor, a lawyer or have a Ph.D. or a Masters degree for your job to matter. Every role that you play is important because what you do does impact other people, no matter how small that role may be. I f