Doing things because we think we should¬†often results in substandard outcomes. Conversely, doing what we love feels good, so we usually do it well. We may not necessarily make as much money or reap as much recognition doing what we love, but being happy means we don’t need to compensate for the time sacrificed undertaking dissatisfying activities. It is totally possible to enjoy a life that feels good most of the time. It requires courage to make decisions that are in alignment with our desires and trust to believe that when we follow our hearts…

Life supports us.