Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Take care of the small things

Hello world there's a new blogger in town. My name is Aaron Teague. I was born in the good old Fort Wayne, Indiana and am still a current resident studying hospitality and management at IPFW. I am currently working at the Radioshack on dupont road so if you need a cell phone you better hit me up.  I will give you more information as i post more blogs. I will keep this one short and sweet.

Growing up can be quite an experience. Learning new things everyday, making decisions, even when your younger. I know when i was younger my toughest decisions was white milk or chocolate, pepperoni or cheese, or even picking out my outfit for the day. Sounds tough right? I can tell you from experience the decisions I had to make became more difficult as I got older.

Life has such a high demand on humans now. Every decision you make effects your next move. At some point you will get a job, be on a sports team, or anything really. No matter what you do, there is always more responsibility, more tasks to accomplish, more goals to reach, and certainly less free time more decisions to make. Time is of the essence, and if you waste any of it, your already behind. But what about the things that used to be important to you? What about the time you had watching a movie with your parents or significant other?What about the time you had going on adventures with the people you love? You get bogged down with your daily life and have no time for having some fun.

I recently moved into my own place with my girlfriend. I love everything about it, but there just isnt enough time for the things we used to do anymore and honestly it makes me sad to think about.  So my advice to you is this, Wherever you go in life, whatever you do, make sure you find time for the things you love with the people you love. I promise you will be a happier person throughout your day and if anything more motivation reach your goals. If you take of the small things they will certainly take care of you.

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