You’re Not Meant To Do What You Love. You’re Meant To Do What You’re Good At.
Brianna Wiest

Absolutely nailed it with this:

“There is only finding a job that suits you enough that the work doesn’t feel excruciating. There is only finding what you are skilled at, and then learning to be thankful.”

I was fortunate enough to have a book published once. But I accepted that I had been lucky, so harboured no aspirations of becoming “a writer.”

Instead I wake up every day keen to go to work, where I get to do something that I’m good at and that I even enjoy doing. Language teacher, by the way.

For this I am appreciative every day.

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