very motivating! thanks for this. xoxo
LOVE THIS! SO true.
This is amazing! And just what I needed to hear as I just vowed to start living my life on my own terms! (For the interested, it’s actually my latest blog entry.)
Anyhow, thanks for sharing this! I’m going to print it out and tape it to my mirror so I see it every morning. :)
awesome, erin.. so true and motivating
Thank you! Very inspiring. I am going to show my 12 year old daughter!
Lovely and so motivating. I’ll definitely be putting this up on my wall!
Also – Hello! I just found your blog the other day and have been looking back through all those great pictures you’ve posted. I love your sense of style and design.
SO so true! Thanks for sharing!
That’s really fantastic! :)
We looked whole internet to findcomments regarding to this field…. Thanks alot
this is great – love it!
Perfect timing, Erin. As the clock strikes midnight tonight I will be kicking off another birthday…these wise words couldn’t have come at a better time. Thanks so much:)
It must mean something that this quote is making the rounds these days…I have seen it all over
the internet. Makes me think….
Nice thanks for sharing!
You’re absolutely right – every day! Thanks for sharing. :)
Love this. Printing it out for my inspiration board. Just at the right time too, it’s been a discouraging week!
Read everyday? It isn’t exactly formatted for easy reading.
Why don’t you just make it a bulleted list? Add some line spacing in there for goodness sake!
That’s right. But few people can do that. I also wanna a elegant lifestyle. But so many things push me out! What am i supposed to do ?
that was nice!!
Thank you. Worth printing & framing it.
This is a nice list–if you can get past the title. I suggest “Read This Every Day” or possibly “Everyday Reading”.
Amazing text, loved it!
I translated it to Portuguese and published in our blog (from Brazil):
That was so very inspiring. It brought a tear to my eye at a difficult time. Thank you!
Love. True. Always.
Awesome!!! I love it!
Love this – it was so timely too.
This must be a girl thing, it seems pretty selfish.
Every thing I see – I analyze with one question – how is this going to help support my family? Parts of the above do, parts definitely don’t. Much of it is completely not about neighbor. It is self-centric, and in the long-term this type of mentality is exactly why our culture is in the state it is in.
How about this everyday?
Today, I _get_ to give myself to the people and work right in front of my nose with my whole being! I don’t have to – I get to.
Inspiring. Right up until you have your first kid or sign your first mortgage…
Add a little footnote at the bottom:
(applies to wealthy privileged people only)
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