Pushing for what you want takes energy but is worth it in the end. Is there anything you did when you were a kid that you ended up quitting and now regret? For me it was piano. Now I'm learning how to play again after 12 years and am determined not to quit again. Allow yourself time to rest & take a little break and then go back at it once you re-energize. Rest > quit. /// SNAPCHAT: kellidav via @angela4design by @happsters
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In the last 27 years if I have learned one thing and believed it without question or fear... this is it. 110% You will never have regrets if you fight for what you want. If you think you'll want it in 10 years FIGHT. I'm looking for the next 80 years. So I sleep with a smile on my face... I will fight. I know what I want and I have it bc it's worth fighting for. And so am I.