Founder Story: Love the Journey
All too often in life, we find ourselves waiting. As soon as we graduate college. That next job. When we have enough money saved up. When the kids are a little older. Once we get there, we can start our life again. We’re so close. Just a little bit further. I’m definitely just as guilty of this as the next person.
That waiting. If we’re not careful, we might just let most of our life go by.
Do you know what the difference is between that waiting and loving the journey? How one looks different than the other? They don’t.
That’s the simplicity of it. Loving the journey is a mindset. It’s an opportunity to say YES along the way. To stop waiting and start living. Both big and small, but especially the small. To find little joy in your daily life.
Loving the journey is appreciating the journey. It won’t be easy at first, because it’s change and change is hard. You’ll have to constantly remind yourself and re-commit. But eventually, it will become muscle memory.