Start from the finish line

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When I was a little boy my mother used to have this one rule.

If you start something you can’t stop doing it until 1 year has passed.

I remember hating that rule, but now I think it has a valuable lesson behind.

Give yourself the time to enjoy or hate what you are doing.

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Writing about life, experiences, and maybe a little bit of fiction. I'm really just trying to understand how this internet thingy works 👽

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