This is easier said than done, especially when you look back on your life and see roads not taken and choices not made and wonder “what if...”
This, of course is not healthy, I assure you, though I am sure I am not alone in indulging in this from time to time.
Perhaps a mild bit of objective reflection in order to learn from your life is one exception to this “not healthy” ban, though this should be done sparingly.
The past is the past and you can’t go back and change it, nor should you, even if you could.
For it is your choices (both good and bad), your experiences which have shaped you into the person that you are.
We are all a result of what we have experienced and endured, hopefully we all can find a way to be a better person as a result.
As of late I have been reflecting on that I have in my life and what I don’t. What I may have and what I most likely will never have.
I just have to let my previous expectations go and just live here and now, enjoy my life as best as I can, whilst still spending as little as possible.
I may have a partner on this journey of mine and I may not, I just have to make peace with that. I will achieve my goals and I will work on my dreams, that much I know.
Having someone running beside me to help me (with or without a smaller person or two) would be nice, not necessary but nice.
I will continue to work on letting the past go and embracing this life and lifestyle that I have chosen.
After all, only six months to go before being totally debt free, and that isn’t bad.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive and keep moving forward!