The High Cost of Fake Living

Are you paying too much for less?
These days, our money travels less than it used to, so adjustments have to be made everywhere.
As I get older, it’s not how much I have, but the quality in the things I collect in my life that matters the most. My relationships, time, and money find more importance centered around quality rather than quantity. I would rather spend time with a few people that I really like, as opposed to a room full of acquaintances that I barely know.
That being said, I would rather spend $120 on a well constructed leather backpack over getting something wholesale and blemished for half the cost.
My closet is full of “good deals”, but do I really need all of them? Probably not to be really honest. Clothing that is comfortable and fits good that also compliments your body is worth the few extra bucks spent.
Life is about choices. Choices shape the people we become. To be relentless in the pursuit of a better life, we must take a long deep look within ourselves and conclude that change is eminent. We need to drop bad habits, and feed the good ones. Surround yourself with people that are successful and have been through some tough times and overcame great odds to achieve the impossible. If your goals and dreams have been shelved, get them down, dust them off, and move forward. Re-discover the vision, believe the impossible, and see the invisible!

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Michael Johnston

Husband. Father. Friend. Disciple. Watchman.

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