A few oldies but goodies

I spent the past three days in my hometown visiting family and reconnecting with old friends. While it turned out to be a bit of an emotional roller-coaster, this weekend at home became a lesson in platitudes.

Life is too short to live with regret.

Quit saying maybe, someday, tomorrow. If you want to do it, do it now.

If you’re not happy, change something.

Tell people you love that you love them. Often.

Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. I typically live my life this way but after a 3-day carb fest, my stomach reminded me.

The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. It’s greener where you water it.

And my personal mantra: Everything happens for a reason.

Because of these lessons I woke up this morning with a completely different mindset. It’s better late than never, right?


About sarahkscoular

Sarah K. Scoular (@sarahkscoular on twitter) has 15 years customer service experience including face to face, over the phone and via digital interactions. Sarah is currently Enterprise Community Manager for uCern, the enterprise 2.0 social platform where Cerner Associates and Clients connect and collaborate. She ensures the 100,000+ member network is connecting people with others in similar roles or special interest groups, sharing information and finding answers to the questions they're looking for. Sarah helps others who are helping to revolutionize Health Care. Outside of work, Sarah is the wife of a graphic designer/laser engraver and the mother of seven-year-old Madeleine. She loves to cook clean, plant-strong foods and is a certified yoga and Les Mills BODYFLOW instructor.
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