Don’t get caught up in yesterday..

lessdramaOften we find ourselves getting caught up in the drama of celebrities or some stupid Facebook rant that someone posted. These seem to be common occurrences, whether it be a story on the news, or a trending Twitter topic, or a story about some fight that has been making its way around the town. Why are we so obsessed with knowing other peoples’ lives, instead of focusing on our own? But how many of us actually realize that we need to stop paying attention to the things that don’t matter, and start focusing on the things that do?

Sometimes we don’t realize what is truly important until its too late. More people need to take the time to acknowledge what holds true meaning in their lives. Things like: friends, family, school, sports, living a healthy life…etc. Too many times we focus on the things that make us unhappy, instead of the things that make us happy. Wouldn’t it make more sense to focus on the happy things, that way we are living happier?

We need more positivity in our lives in order to live happier, the more we surround ourselves with negative things, the less happy we will be.

The moral of this post is basically to let go of the things that are out of your control, and to focus on the things that are important before they are gone. Life goes by way too fast to worry about other peoples’ drama. Spend time doing things that make you happy with the people you love, because you never know what tomorrow holds.


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Hello World

The topic of my blog is, “One day at a time”.

I chose this topic because I feel that too much time is focused on what the future may hold and we end up worrying about things that are yet to come. This blog will also be a reminder to me to try and not worry about things that are out of my control and to live each day as it comes.

The less we worry about the future and the more we live in the moment, the easier it is to appreciate the little things life offers us. We don’t realize how fast life can change until it’s too late, so instead of rushing by we should just take each day one at a time.