I’ve been a morning person ever since I started work at the store, but I’ve just recently realized I need to check in with myself every other day or I could miss out on all the great things I see at the store.
You know how you can see the whole day in the first hour and a half of the workday? Well, one of my jobs is to make sure that people have what they want when I get there (which is at about 8:30AM). I want to see what I can do for myself that day, and I like to reward myself for doing the things I want to see.
What I like to do is reward myself with things I want or think will make me happier, like a nice piece of clothing, a new pair of shoes, or a nice outfit or some new accessories. I also feel great when I see something I like and can pay it forward.
That all sounds great but now you’re talking about what you think will make you happy so I’m guessing you live in a house that you’re very comfortable in.
Well yeah, but I dont think the things you want to see will make you happy. What I like to do is see something I like and then pay it forward to someone else.
This is exactly the same thing I was talking about earlier. I am not saying that paying forward things is wrong, but I am saying that it is not always a good idea to take advantage of others when youre feeling very good about yourself.
It’s important to note that there is a difference between paying forward and giving. It’s easy to think that because you are giving to someone that you are not paying forward. I mean, I am not saying everyone has to give to others, but if you are giving to someone else, you are giving them something they really need.
While it is easy to think that if you are giving something to someone, that means you are not paying forward, there are other ways in which that can be true. While many people give to others, they may also give in order to receive. For example, I am giving away my birthday to my brother who is going through a rough time right now, but I am also giving him something he needs right now.
Giving away your birthday has it’s own set of complications. First, if you are not going to be able to give to someone on your actual birthday, then you are really not giving them as much as you are giving to someone else. There are also more subtle complications. For example, if you have other things you need to give away on your actual birthday to, it is likely that a lot of your gifts will end up going to people who are not your friends.
The truth is of course, unless your gift is a gift of time, it is not really a gift of time. If you give away your birthday to someone you don’t know, you will end up finding out that you are not really giving out as much as you thought. Because in reality, you are not really giving someone a lot of time, because a lot of the time you aren’t giving them anything to give away.