Remember Why You Started

Remember Why You Started

I woke up this morning after a wonderfully, lazy weekend a little bummed to get back to work (and my full email inbox). I decided to make a cup of tea, (which pretty much always smooths out my funky moods) and try and fix my crappy attitude. Tea is my calm and my focus. I take a a couple of sips and, like magic, I’m reminded that life is good. This is what I do. PR & Marketing is my passion. It is a big part of who I am and what I love. I chose this work because I could not imagine myself doing anything else.

It’s important to take time out of our busy schedules to remember why we started and why we do what we do. Of course, if memory serves us right we chose a path that would make us happy. On the other hand, if we started for a reason that does not seem to make sense (or make us happy) then it’s time to re-evaluate. For me, the reason why I started is the reason why getting up after a long weekend, to tackle a full inbox is the least of my problems. It’s just one component of my grand scheme for a life full of adventure, passion, love, and happiness.

Photo credit: Jason Long, Unsplash.com

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