If you aren’t losing friends, what are you doing? Really. Personal growth means your shape will become different, you won’t always fit into the same clothes as your body grows, and your character won’t always fit the same friends as your mind, heart and spirit develop. The trouble with outgrowing friends (or a whole friend group) is the emotional ties. Breaking up with a friend can make us feel guilty, and losing us as a comrade can turn even the best of friends toxic. I have had an experience like this that I have learned from. I’m here to offer this advice and support on your new path.
There is so much stigma against perfection these days. Intelligent women, especially, are taught to loathe it. Like it’s not only unattainable, it’s downright dirty to even think about. But we owe every advancement of society to the belief that we are, in fact, perfectable. Every plea to humankind to ‘do better’ is a testament to the stronghold of conviction that we not only have the capacity to perfect ourselves, but that we are meant to.
You’re wondering how sustainable living is one of the crucial steps to achieving goals. It’s simple. And I will explain exactly how adopting a sustainable lifestyle is the easiest way to ensure all of the steps to achieving your goals are harmonized and therefore reinforced. I’m going to show you how sustainable living is key to making your goals a reality with as little effort as possible. This article is about how to use nature’s law of sustainability to capitalize on balance — and let sustainable living be the raft that floats your goals down the path of least resistance to the ocean of your fulfillment.