My life wasn’t perfect, and the whole world could see me, but I’m happy with my life, even if it’s not the perfect life I wanted.
I don’t have all the answers, but I’m happy with the wobbles and dimples and the little things in my life that I didn’t know about.
Sometimes I spend Saturdays in my pajamas, watching TV and eating popcorn, and sometimes I’m with my dad and daughter.
I have skeletons in my closet, I have stories of death, betrayal, and heartbreak, and I don’t have days when I feel insecure and vulnerable anymore. I write this to you because you should be perfect, No- Noone is.
Over the past month, I’ve noticed how many of my customers and friends are struggling with the same problems.
I have been single for a certain age, but my life is not what it should be and I live with my parent until, they reach an acceptable age.
Life isn’t perfect as it should be, but I’m not as high up the leaderboard as I should have been, and I don’t have the salary I shouldn’t have. My life is not perfect because it is not the perfect life, nor is my life as good as that of my parents or my family. I’m not as skinny as we all should be or as tall as the average person in my age group.
For a picture of my perfect life, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, or any other social media platform you know.
I don’t have the kind of successful life that society requires of me. I compare myself to imaginary people who have become better at what they do than me and are somehow involved in the process of showing me what it is like to be successful.
I keep pushing myself, I keep working harder and harder, and I feel the need to reach certain milestones at a certain age and feel like I can do it. I’ve reached certain milestones at a certain age.
The way we see celebrities, lifestyles, and media is overwhelming enough, but with the rise of social media, everyone’s lives are suddenly being put to the test. You put things on Facebook to show that you live an amazing life and how you see yourself in the media.
You expect to earn and have a husband and a house, but you think that’s all you’re doing. If you are not perfect, if it does not suit everyone, then you have failed as a sister, mother or wife.
Not surprisingly, life crises are piling up in my neighborhood: Young people who do not attend university, with high degrees and limited prospects. Imagine you’re in debt at that age and your first job is nowhere near.
The strange thing, at least for me, is that many of the young, educated women I’m friends with on the grounds of faith feel the same way.
The answers vary according to people and circumstances, but we have one thing in common: when asked what a successful life would look like, they all say they have more time, family, and experience. Our lives were so different that we have had to redefine what “successful” and “perfect” life looks like.
I want to do a job that I love and that makes me feel like I can contribute to society and do something meaningful. I wanted a healthy lifestyle, I wanted to travel more, sleep more, and laugh more; I wanted to spend more time with the people I loved. We want more family, more friends, and more opportunities to laugh and love more.
We want to live rather than survive, and we want more opportunities for ourselves – expression, more freedom and freedom of expression, and expression of ourselves.
We need to understand that life is a journey and that every person’s journey and experience is different. We must change the invisible yardsticks by which we measure the successes and losses of life. The universal truth that unites us all is that when we take our last breath in this world, we must look forward to the moments with our loved ones that enrich our lives.
Different experiences make a difference in the world, know laughter and love, Experience that help you grow and share them with your fellow human beings.
Follow the path that is meant for you, listen to your heart and soul, cherish every moment with your loved ones, and seize every opportunity to grow and explore. Let go of the desire to do or achieve the things you should be doing, live with the knowledge of now.
No one has a perfect life, but we all have to behave in order to have it, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, or other factors.
You will live a better and easy life when you don’t strive to make it perfect, but live it to just live it now.