Don’t Be Fooled By Social Media
Don’t let social media rush you into things you are not physically, mentally, financially, or emotionally prepared for.
It’s great seeing everyone doing their thing, but always remember people are only showing you a glimpse into their actual lives. It takes a lot of work to accomplish great things. It is not an overnight process. I have had my blog for 7 years, and I still haven’t reached my ideal level of success. This goes to show, that nothing happens over night.
Don’t get caught up in being in a relationship until you are healthy and emotionally prepared to be in one. Don’t get caught up on buying property if your credit still needs work or you need to save a little more money. Don’t get caught up in starting a business you think will be profitable if you have absolutely no passion or experience in that area of business. Just because others are seemingly doing well in that business does not mean that is what God has called you to flourish in.
Let’s start normalizing encouraging one another to do what we are uniquely called to do, and end this copy cat syndrome in 2020. Be authentically, unapologetically you, because being you is far greater than trying to be someone else.
Remember in 2020 to take time to meditate and pray before making decisions that can ultimately change the course of your life. Stay focused on your journey, and your journey only. Life is not a sprint, it’s a marathon, so pace yourself, and give yourself just a little bit of grace. Life is tough enough, don’t make things tougher on yourself.