I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.
I am always appreciative of others advice. My knowledge is limited to the things I’ve experienced so when I hear about or read about something someone else has done or tried, I’m willing to listen. One thing I miss about working with a group of people is the interchanging of ideas. Anyone who works from home will often say the same thing.
I get together with 2 of my oldest friends once a month and love the sharing that goes on. We come from different backgrounds and have done different things so the conversation can get quite lively. Whether it is about family, homemaking, or doctor appointments there is always a lot to learn.
Here are a few pieces of advice I found to be very beneficial no matter what age you are or what walk of life that you are in.
Remember you only have one life -- this is not a dress rehearsal
Try to stay positive and look for the good in every life experience
Keep an eye on the here and now
Live each day fully because you don't what's around the corner
Remember that life can change in an instant
Love all the stages of your life and fear none, because they are all magical
Learn to live in the moment. If you master this when you are young, it will help in your 60s
Life's too short to be worrying about something that will happen in the future -- live for today
Get outdoors and enjoy nature!
Find a hobby or a profession that will take you through all your different stages of life
Make memories but always keep a soft landing place
Never cease to be inspired.
Don't carry rubbish through your life!
Live with passion and love with your eyes and heart wide open. Just be happy
Treasure the simple things in your life -- don't overcomplicate things
Give your love freely and unconditionally
Let go of your anger and let gratitude and joy flood into your life
Value your family. They will be there when others are not. They will sustain you throughout your life journey
Don't waste time worrying about the things you can't change but change the things you can
Be kind to yourself. Let go off what you can't control. If it feels wrong, don't do it
Learn to laugh at yourself. Don't be so serious!
Give yourself some 'me' time every day and laugh and smile all the time
Never let fear get the upper hand
Be grateful for every day, even bad days -- there's always a lesson to learn
Good advice is beyond all price.