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An Extra Day of Your Life

I heard something interesting at work this morning.

With there being an extra day at the end of this month you have "an extra day of your life".

Pretty cool thought right? It gets better; use this day to do something extraordinary or exciting. Make this day one to not forget, whether you go out to your favorite restaurant and order something crazy, or get out and go someplace you've always wanted to go.

Options can be a little limited this time around because this spare day lands on a Monday. Bummer. But what better way to pump up a soggy old Monday than with amazing plans?

I personally plan on getting my hands on the largest margarita I can find. (because I'm missing out on national margarita day today)

Besides this awesome outlook on a longer month, I wanted to point out how people value (or don't) time. I can say that as I've gone through some of the crappier times in my twenty three years, I've learned that I need to stop wasting my time on other peoples needs and wants.

Most of us don't do enough for ourselves. 

Now, if you're one of those people who gets great fulfillment from helping others *handclaps* you are a sweet angel too precious for this world but not everyone gets that much satisfaction from giving away their time.

Also, that's not even what I mean. I'm talking about the people who do what others tell them or suggest instead of doing it their way, those people who care too much about what other people think and let outside opinions control them, and the poor shmucks who have missed out on great opportunities and experiences because they let some *sshole tell them no.

No is not an acceptable answer.

Don't let anyone keep you from enjoying your time. We're human, it's limited. No one knows how long they'll be around. Whether you chain-smoke or you're vegan; anyone can go tomorrow. 

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