We’re All Just Living

I’ve been out of school for over a year now, working a 9–5 job, trying my hardest to not become a boring adult and it’s been difficult.

You always think that once you reach the next step in life, things will be easier, more simple, just better overall.

The truth is, the further life takes me, the more complex it becomes, the more difficult it seems, and suddenly decisions are serious, life-changing and important.

I’ve been talking to a lot of friends about life decisions, about becoming adults, and about what we want to do with the rest of our lives. When you get to a point in life where you could really be doing anything in the world, anywhere in the world, it makes it so much harder to choose one thing.

Many times the onslaught of choices and decisions can overwhelm and bring depression. I know it has with me and many people I’m close to.

The other night I was talking with a friend and she said, “you know what, none of us know what we’re doing, we’re all just living.”

Its the truth. We’re all just living.

So take the constant worrying, the stress, the sleepless nights, and the concerns about what others will think, and leave it all behind.

Do what you want, and just start living.

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