Replacing the formulaic response of sorry with thank you in most situations does wonders for interpersonal relationships.
It’s more than okay to say no, and remembering this will ensure less anxiety.
Coldplay, with every new album and song, still gets me.
Continue to care less and less about gaining acceptance.
Don’t ever give up.
“Getting it together” takes time. Chiseling at the “it,” bit by bit.
Not sticking to my editorial calendar hurts no one but me.
Avoid using 微博 for movie-watching inspiration, instead rely on thorough research, recommendations, and the power of a Google search.
Getting wrapped up in politics, gossip, material wealth, and situations beyond one’s control only hinder personal growth.
Positive intent, it’s all about assuming positive intent. Negativity feeds insolence.
According to one of the more horrid “films” I watched for ten minutes, I am attracting all that comes our way, including the windshield cracking of its own accord on Thursday, and winning ipenstore’s paws fountain pen giveaway last month.
— Marissa Kluger 玛丽莎 (@marissakluger) November 27, 2015
Watching classic films will never lead you astray in terms of delighting you with its cinematic experience.
Accept what comes, deal with it, and then let it go.
And, Happy last night of Hanukkah to those who celebrate. Happy Holidays to all!