Why It’s Okay to Start Over

Our biggest problem is that we specify and expect certain milestones to be achieved by a certain age. Everyone has to finish high school by 18 and consequently move out the same year regardless of whether or not you go to college, we are also expected to have an above average income around 24-26 and if possible a house of our own before our mid to late 30s. If anything, these restrictions and ideals only cause an unnecessary amount of stress, driving people over the edge and make rash and impulsive decisions.

It is important that we understand that not everyone can meet all of these standards, realistically speaking, the number of people that actually do meet them are usually in the minority. Life isn’t easy and things won’t work out the way we want them, regardless of how prepared we may be. Sometimes we hit a slump and it’s difficult to get back up. Not all of us can find jobs with decent incomes without sacrificing our own wellbeing. Sometimes we can be at the prime of our life and the next day we can be at our lowest and have to start all over from scratch, and it isn’t easy to build yourself back up after experiencing such a blow.

However it is important to remember that it’s okay to take some time to recover and that it is equally okay if it’s taking you longer to get where you want to be. You can always start over, be it a new job or anything else. Sometimes changing your environment and surroundings also helps, so move into a new place to get a change of perspective. In case you happen to be interested, Lumina Emerald City Condos are currently open for bookings and tours.

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