“How long are you going to do this?”

"There were times when I was between twenty and twenty-seven...that my dad would say, "How long are you going to do this? You have no money, you're not happy, you work constantly, you work at restaurants, you clean h.png

It’s what I came here to do.” How lovely is that simple phrase? It serves as a reminder that we cannot judge the paths of others, only that of ourselves. It’s a reminder to do you, as they say. It’s a reminder to accept yourself as you are, right here and right now; this is what you are doing, be it your career or your personal life, and right now, this is what you are here to do. You can change your path at any time, but in any given moment, that is what you are here to be doing. It’s a comforting reminder that where you are now is okay, and what you are doing is right, as long as it is right for you. And who better to trust than the fabulous Stevie Nicks?

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