Instead of Complaining About Your Sacrifices, Be Proud of Them.

Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that reminds us Instead of Complaining About Your Sacrifices, Be Proud of Them

Meg Dowell Writes

I used to be “that” person.

You know the one. That one Facebook friend who constantly filled your news feed with summaries of everything they had to do and “updates” on their progress, with the occasional “I wish I had time to …” post mixed in.

Unfortunately, using social media to complain about self-inflicted problems isn’t something everyone eventually grows out of, but I learned how to keep most of my unnecessary gripes to myself.

Actually, I mostly learned that the more time I spent on social media, the less time I spent doing actual work, which somehow always led to more complaining on social media … I’m glad I broke the cycle. Moving on.

Sometimes I still catch myself complaining. It’s a bad habit I have to actively work against in every area of my life. Writing is tough. Being a writer is tough. So many things constantly demand…

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