I went to school in Fargo for two years, and it was fine. I had no reasons to dislike Fargo, but I still had overwhelming feelings of discomfort and dislike. For months and weeks I thought about why I was in such a funk, and began to realize that I simply wasn’t treating myself to the life I wanted. The choices I had been making weren’t in union with the life I wanted to be living. No wonder I wasn’t happy!
So I began to find change.
I started choosing adventures that I wanted, spending my time the ways that I felt most worthwhile. I have so much room for improvement and growth but I believe that I will find that in this life where I am living my dreams. Spending my time doing the things that I that I believe in, I am so much more content and feel much more like myself.
Of course, there’s always room for me to grow, it’s all part of my endless quest.
Check out this article: http://www.positivelypositive.com/2013/05/14/we-are-what-we-do-not-what-we-say/