One of the worst feelings in the world is to feel like you’re stuck. Employers want to pay you as little as possible while property managers want to make you pay as much as possible. The world hates each other and there are brick walls everywhere, so what do you do? Jen Ainsworth opens up about her story into these exact feelings and describes a few steps she took to rebuild her life from scratch. By slowing down and focusing on herself more, she was able to overcome sitting at rock bottom.
- One pursued of happiness found that the elusive emotion remained elusive even when she had attained the seemingly perfect education, job and romantic partner.
- She realized that the problem arises from tackling the problem as one having to do with the exterior, as in how a thing looks from outside.
- To achieve happiness means to create a life not from the outside, but from the inside, so that choices made truly align with our individual dreams.
“And admitting to myself that something wasn’t working would mean making changes. Admitting to myself that I’d chosen the wrong path would mean stepping into the unknown. Admitting to myself that I wasn’t happy would mean taking responsibility.”