The House That Built Me, Part 1

“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” – Maya Angelou

Todays post is going to be a little different. This post will be divided into two parts, I will post part 2 later on today. I am providing you with a video to help you think more about the house that “built” you and how it helped you get to where you are today.
When we are little all we ever want to do is grow-up and move out. We wanted to grow-up because being an adult looked cool. We wanted to grow-up because we thought that there would be less rules that we would have to follow as an adult. We wanted to move out and have our own place so we could finally say “My house, my rules.” But the reality is that when you grow-up, you have just as much if not more rules to follow than when you were a kid. Moving out means that you have more responsibilities and tasks to attend to everyday. I think that when we are younger we really lose our grip on reality along with not appreciating what we already have in front of us. When we do grow-up all we want to do is be kids again.

Don’t forget that part 2 will be posted later today!

Goal: Cherish the moments that you have now so you can make memories that will last a lifetime.

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