Be the You-iest You – Editor’s Scraps

There is a scrap cabinet in every frame shop I know. Why? Because leftovers are often gems and full of profitable inspiration. Here's something I've learned:

There is a scrap cabinet in every frame shop I know. Why? Because leftovers are often gems and full of profitable inspiration. Here's something I've learned:

 

 

I read an article about the top 5 regrets spoken by people at the end of life. The phrase this hospice nurse heard most was, "I wish I would've been more true to myself instead of worrying so much about what others would think."

The context of this regret was what they had NOT done. It's often said people regret very little of what they do, it's what they didn't do that haunts them.

What are you passionate about? Is there something you've put aside to be dutiful or because others might think it's silly? I challenge you to take the leap. Choose one thing you've always wanted to do and carve out a little time to do it. It can be an hour a week, or maybe an hour a day.

Find time to be quintessentially you. You might change the world for the better. And I'm sure you'll change your world for the better.

-Sheri J. Kennedy, Editor

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