When someone says, “Hey, can I take 5 minutes of your time.” Most people stray away. But what if those 5 minutes add value to your life? You see, 5 minutes can be spent eating a bag of chips, sitting on a toilet, or reading a tweet that’ll only satisfy you for a short amount of time. If you put a timeframe on something, you start thinking about how much time it’s going to waste. If you start thinking from an opportunistic standpoint, you would tell yourself, “Okay, I’ll give this a shot, try me.” It gives you doors that could possibly open interests that you might have never thought about before.
As I sit here in bed, with my three-week-old daughter laying in the tot beside me and my fiancé at work overnight, emotions run through me. My future; her future; our future.
It was around my one-year anniversary that a best friend of mine had told me he was selling puppies. I asked what breed of dog they were and he said, "Akitas." Honestly, I'd never heard of Akitas until that very moment. I paid no mind until I randomly brought it up to my boyfriend. He was ecstatic. I had no idea why until he told me he has raised Akitas all his life and listed what they were capable of.
You wake up in the morning, grab your cup of coffee, head to work and think to yourself, "I'm going to be productive today, it's going to be a great day."
It is not an organized thing,