You know the one that most people have:
Yesterday I did a 1000-piece puzzle with Davidson and his siblings and I really enjoyed it. I can’t remember the last time I did one actually. Maybe when I was 10? Not even sure. And probably not 1000 pieces.
I had a stable career in IT, I was living on my own and I was traveling as much as I wanted to. Everything looked good on paper but when I stopped and thought about how my life would be if I continued that job, I couldn’t see myself being happy with having more responsibilities and thus having less family time.
Thought about reading my old blog posts and decided to write again on why I ended up alone in Brazil at the end of 2015.
If you have a better option, there’s no reason to complain. If you don’t have a better option, it makes no sense to complain.
If you want to have the most delicious meal you’ve ever had in your entire life, there’s no need to spend a fortune going to a Michelin 3-star restaurant to eat food prepared by a famous chef.
I used to get mad whenever I heard people say, “You should be happy with what you have.” Now I realize I was wrong.