It’s crucial to express your gratitude for your significant other and friends, and it’s really important to make time for them, even as you’re trying to make a place for yourself in the working world.
Since hitting my mid-20s. There have been a few things that mean more to me now than ever before. Relationships with the people around me have been my greatest pillar of strength and stability. And we all know that the key to happiness is the people we choose to spend our life with. As easy as it sounds, it only gets more challenging as we enter adulthood and finding the right people to invest your time and money that loves and respect you the same way you do for them, it is actually really challenging (especially finding a friend with no judgement). Finding the right relationship isn’t just about going to fancy dinners and how many tequila shots you could bang your head backwards for that GNO but someone and even somebody that we can learn from, time to time and vice versa.
It’s crucial to express your gratitude for your significant other and especially your friends, and it’s really important to make time for them, even as you’re trying to climb the ladder in the working world.
Studies have shown that having good friends can mediate stress-related heart rate variability. Friendships also boost our mental health and help resolve stress issues. So basically, having a BFF can save your life. I am thankful for the few friends in my life that I can call my friends and especially my BFF right below.
So… here is what it all takes to Success: Happiness is truly the key to success. Yes, your career is important, but life takes lots of twists and turns, and you need a few good friends who have your hair back through it all as you puke your balls out.