There will be times, even in the most optimistic and dutifully designed lives, when things just really, really suck. Here are some ways to cope with that.
Each quit is different, and each person quits differently. But here are some basic guidelines to get you started as you remove the crap from your life.
This is your life, and you’re deciding how you want to live it. It’s your call what stays and what goes.
Quitting sometimes gets a bad rap. And sometimes it should. Here’s what the GOOD kind of quitting looks like.
It’s been a long and winding (and often crazy) road, but I’ve finally reached the Quit of Quits. I know, I don’t fully believe it yet, either.
The philosophical breakdown of the meaning of my new tat. (Thesis: you can be Zen and still fight your little heart out.)
The Grand Master Plan takes an unexpected turn. The final Quit WILL still happen; it’s just hit a speed bump.
The way things turn out after a setback is determined largely by the way you choose react to it. This week, I get to test that out something fierce.
I’ma take your freelance work. I’ma take your freelance work. No, for real, ask your blogging friends: Do they need my services? ~(admittedly) awful riff…
You’d never guess it from the loudmouthed sasspot I am on this blog, but I am broken socially. And I’m through with letting that eff up myself and my life.