The Importance of Celebration
Life can be a bumpy ride. There are ups and down. Seasons come and go, but we can learn from the challenges, as well as how we deal with each one of them. On this journey of transition, to building a new life, there are a great deal of changes taking place not only around you, but within yourselves. Accomplishing goals, checking tasks off the list, and developing a work ethic of a leader – these qualities are all being established in you as you push forward.
Although, you are training to become more ambitious and through that, achieve larger life goals, here is an important reminder…NEVER forget to celebrate yourselves and honor each accomplishment, no matter how big or how small.
It is very easy to get caught up in the doing, doing, doing and it feeling like it will never be enough. Anything that you do, to work towards bettering and strengthening yourself, is worth the celebration. Your life, accomplishments and passion are worth celebrating!
Let this post encourage you to continue to take time out to celebrate your accomplishments and hard work. You will then begin to sow seeds of joy and gratefulness that others will see and follow in the same direction. I encourage you to take a look at your life and think about what you can do to move in the direction of choosing celebration and joy in the now.
Meet Our Author: Miriam Thornley
Miriam has been working at MyComputerCareer’s Dallas Campus for approximately one year. She has lived in Dallas Fort Worth her entire life and will be celebrating 22 years young this very week! She enjoys making art, being outside, bow fishing and photography. Miriam is a people person so it is no surprise that she is one of the first smiling faces that you see, when walking on the Dallas Campus. She lives by the MyComputerCareer mission and finds joy in helping others change their lives for the better. You will regularly find Miriam shouting from the rooftops that the ‘Dallas Campus is the best!”
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