You’re only 23. Stop rushing life.
Susie Pan

So much truth in this article. When we hear stories about prodigies making huge successes so young in life, it drives us to be better. But it’s also so important to seek balance in life: workaholism leads to burnout, and that certainly won’t fix the situation. As a 24-year-old Millennial without any corporations under my belt, I’m satisfied to know that I do make a difference: not on a large scale, but in individual people’s lives. And that’s enough.

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