The Final Countdown: What Do You Know?

A year ago today we were all anxiously preparing for 2011. We had hunches, expectations and wishes. Simple pictures of what (at that point) we considered: ideal.

But such is life, things have probably turned out differently than you expected. Because that’s the way it always happens, right? Another year older, another year wiser. Ain’t it the truth.

Like we’ve said before, things aren’t going to go as planned- they’re going to be better. And on that path you are bound to learn some invaluable lessons. Lessons like always listen to your gut. Intuition will lead you astray but your gut…that quiet little voice just patiently waiting for you to listen…is always right.

Let’s all make a list of what we now ‘know’ that was maybe not so clear one year ago today. It’s funny what 365 days can do.

In the interim, we couldn’t help but share this list with all of you:

What I Know:

Doing something for the money never ends up being worth it.

If it’s not a hell yes, it’s a no.

You are valuable because you exist. Period. (Or, full stop if you’re British.)

You are enough. You always have been. You always will be.

Your place of greatest ease and joy will also be your place of greatest service.

It’s okay to sleep for ten hours or more a night from time to time. In fact, it’s critical.

No accomplishment or moment of recognition will ever replace feeling loved, by yourself or anyone else.

It’s not going to turn out the way you thought. It will be better.

You know. You always know.

The fact that it feels good is reason enough to move every day. The fact that it will tone your ass and make your waist smaller are mere side effects.

Organizing your life around what feels good is the single wisest choice you can make.

There is always going to be a small part of you that wants to please your mother, even if you’re not conscious of it, and that’s okay.

Saying yes to someone simply because you don’t want to disappoint them is not only unfair to you, it’s unfair to them.

Sleep, water, movement, greens, and a good cry cure almost anything.

Anything worth taking seriously is worth making fun of. (Thanks Mom)

Paying attention to your money is a profound act of self-love.

It turns out that life is happening right now.

Loving yourself more is the best place to start to solve any problem.

You can’t judge and have an open heart at the same time.

Nothing is random. Everything happens for a reason.

Your body is wise beyond what you could possibly imagine. Listen to her. She will lead you home every time.

Home is not a place.

What do you know?

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