15 Things To Stop Worrying About

Graduation

Rather than an end, see it as a new beginning. A chance to turn over a new leaf. You close one door but you’re opening another. And who knows, it may be the first of many.

Finding a job

The right job will find you. And everything you do until then are stepping stones. Keep learning, keep experiencing, and when that job comes around, you’ll be more than ready.

Saving money

You can’t save thousands on a minimum wage job so just do the best you can. It’s all relative.

Your current job

Last week, I worked in an ice cream shop, and now, I work in television marketing. You’ll never really know what’s going to happen.

Getting a text back

You and I both know that it in the end, it doesn’t matter.

Losing weight

You’ve probably overthought this to the extreme so let me tell you, you’re not as bad as you think you are, and if you’re really struggling, make little changes. But mind over matter, ok?

Being single

You have the rest of your life to settle down.

If you made the right decision

There are no right or wrong decisions because if it’s meant to happen this way, it will. Against all odds.

A broken phone/laptop/charger

Get it fixed and move on.

Being “found out”

You are competent, strong, and worthy of all the praise. You are not an imposter.

Accidents

They happen. Life happens. It’s shit but in the long run, will it matter?

Who’s viewing your snapchat

It doesn’t mean what you think it does.

Taking a day off

You might feel guilty now but down the line, it’ll put you miles ahead.

Keeping in contact with friends

Don’t force things. Friendships should be organic and reconnecting is never lost.

What people think of you

Everyone is so obsessed with themselves and their inner circle, they’re not thinking of you. I promise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “15 Things To Stop Worrying About

  1. Keeping in contact with friends is an important thing and should be actively encouraged as it’s easy to take friendships for granted. However, I do agree that we need to stop worrying about it. I have friends that I have to know for over 20 years they I don’t speak to very often..but it always feels the same no matter how much time has passed. Don’t worry about it, be grateful when you realise how special some of your friends are.

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