In Defense of the Quitter

  • Quit putting pressure on ourselves to make everyone else happy
  • Quit wasting so much time on social media
  • Quit saying you’re sorry for things you don’t need to be sorry about
  • Quit planning for a rainy day and go enjoy the sunny one
  • Quit waiting for the right time to start (it doesn’t exist)
  • Quit feeling as if we’re just not good enough (most everyone else feels that on some level, too)
  • Quit hanging out with people who drain our energy and bring nothing positive to the table
  • Quit waiting for life to be perfect. (Hint: It isn’t — but you already are)
  • Quit working at a job that you hate (go drive for Uber or Lyft till you find something else)
  • Quit thinking someone else is going to save you
  • Quit thinking that if you just had more, a new purchase or acquisition, then life would be good
  • Quit thinking you don’t already have everything you need to be happy

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