ANNA PENG

Limits and Freedoms

If we’re not clear on what we want, if we’re not quite sure what we want to see happen, then chances are we might be waiting for some time, because muddy expectations are hard to deliver.

Instead we can try to be more helpful.

A $80 set meal at your favourite upper-end restaurant, rather than the chance of cutting into your budget for the month.

Next Tuesday afternoon by 12, rather than some time next week.

3 sets of iterations, rather than doing work until the client knows it when they see it.

Limitations can be set so that we can be smarter with our time.


The One Thing We Have Control Over

There’s a lot going on in the world. Nobody said that all of it was yours to take care of, and frankly that would be impossible anyways.

While the world still spins, the news still reports, and the internet continues to thrive off of the world’s genius, we can still sing and dance.

There’s a lot we can’t control, but at least we have ourselves.


Taking A Breath

We have to breathe. It’s a must. We can’t survive without doing it.

Yet throughout parts of our day, we don’t realize that we’re just holding our breaths in. 

Only when we reach the point of exhaustion, we take in a deep breath and exhale our stress and fatigue.

Don’t forget to breathe.

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