Remember to make the most out of what you have.

Remember to make the most out of what you have.
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“Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but of playing a poor hand well.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

I love this quote. This quote reminds me that I do not need perfect circumstances in order to achieve my dreams.

You don’t need a certain amount of money to be happy. You don’t need to have perfected skills to get that job, with time comes progress. Keep going, and you will get better.

Do not let things keep you back just because your circumstances aren’t as good as you’d like.  Take the first step. Think you don’t have time for school? Make time, and go part time.

Remember the days of the Great Depression in the 30’s? These people made the most out of what they had. I learned this because my Great Grandma lived until she was 97.

Don’t use excuses from the past. Just keep moving forward. Do not let anything get in your way!

Make the most of what you have now. Do not wait until you have that new car, have enough, or have enough time. You will run out of time with that kind of mindset.

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4 thoughts on “Remember to make the most out of what you have.

  1. Wonderful perspective! So nice not to have to be perfect (though the random seems-like-it-is moments are welcome 😊). Was working on an old oil inlay picture project yesterday and don’t know how many times I came to a “how should do this moment” – paint brush in hand, pigment on my paper palette waiting – and thought, “But I like it like this!” Miracle was I actually stuck to it mostly, ignoring the vague perfection-siren, lol! 😊

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