I told myself once when I am properly ensconced in the right job that I would take steps to do more of the things I love. But I realize nothing was really stopping me (with the exception of my finances), and I just needed to be in the right frame of mind.
Journalist Oliver Burkeman brought this front and center in his book “The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking” (excerpts of which could also be found in http://time.com).
It also reminded me of the 1995 movie “French Kiss,” in which Meg Ryan’s character managed to overcome her fear of flying with the help of the incorrigible Kevin Kline, to finally confront her scoundrel fiance (Timothy Hutton) and his hottie on a beach in Cannes:
“Well… Charlie, I’m going through some sort of transitional thing. See, after you called, I decided to get on a…
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