Life gets full sometimes, between work, family and friends. If you’re like me, and you have a goal in mind, it’s hard to make the trade off between quality time spent with friends and solitary time achieving your goals. I spent my whole life up to this point spending time solely on my own goals. Of course my goals were audacious and I stacked the odds against myself in achieving them, but it was nice to give the old college try.
Now I’m 32 and the days don’t last as long as they used to. Free time is few and further between. I see the future and it’s one where my ego doesn’t take center stage. Maybe thats ok though. Maybe it’s ok to say I tried and failed, not that I won’t keep trying, but just at a slower pace. Maybe that’s just the way life goes, your interests and ego take a huge part in your life and then slowly you learn to let go and find joy in other things. It sounds depressing, but I think I’m starting to see the upsides to teaching and letting other people take the stage in my life.
The end of my world as I know it
It’s been a long time coming, but the end of my life as I know it is here. Time to give up a large portion of it to the next travelers, adventure seekers and party goers. It’s harder for me I think than it is for most because even though I’m usually sitting staring at my laptop screen, I love life and I’ll always live it to it’s fullest.