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Ok, so THANK YOU Issa Rae for making a show that speaks to so many other aspects of my life!
I was able to finally watch Insecure yesterday (because trying to find access to someone’s HBOGO has been a bitch) on YouTube (once again, THANK YOU). Word to the wise, if you watch it at work, put in some headphones because this show don’t play, lol.
Recently, I had a sort of epiphany about life, and I feel like it’s going to change my quality of life in an amazing way. I have come to realize that it is ok to tell someone you are unhappy; because happiness isn’t constant. Once I adopted that mantra into my daily living, I have been so much more comfortable in my emotional well-being. Knowing that I can accept the fact that I will always not have to be happy, and no one is REQUIRING me to do so, makes life so much easier.
I used to fight with myself on why I wasn’t happy everyday, and how I should and need to be because of all the good things happening in my life. Well, in my #BoutToBe30’s, I realize that I do not and will not be happy with my life all the time, and on some level, that’s cool. Walk with me while I explain:
Some things I like to use to reward my team!