Living in a world where numbers always seem to matter can be tough. Maybe because even back when we were young, we were trained to think in numbers -- grades, friends, etc. And as we grow older, the numbers demanded of us get higher too. But sometimes, we can't commit. We can't meet "standards." And the sad thing is that, no matter how hard we tried, we still fall a few places near what's considered mediocre.
But don't worry! If you're feeling this way as of the moment, you are not alone. Here are some of the things I constantly remind myself that you might find useful, because to be honest, I'm on the same page as you!
It's okay to feel that way
Being in our twenties or thirties is that time in our lives when we contemplate on whether or not we're doing things right.
Seeing people like Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Emma Watson, Taylor Swift and all these other women who are either just a little bit older or younger than we are living their lives to the fullest even before they hit puberty will really make you think about what you're doing with your life.
The fact that some people are just handed things on a silver platter in contrast to someone like you who needs to work hard for everything makes it seem like life is unfair. That's why it's totally normal to think like that, but...