Value Your Experiences

Use Your Experience

In a world obsessed with youth,
experience is often undervalued.
But your unique experiences are priceless.
They give you many advantages.
Cherish them.
Use them wisely:
at work; with family; in relationships; in planning ahead.

Now Is the Time by Patrick Lindsay

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  1. What a gorgeous photo!!!!! Looking back over my life - I'll be 50 next month - I've had some really interesting experiences, that's for sure!

  2. Wow...stunning photo! I love the reflection!
    I try to remember this every time something doesn't work out or I have a bad show. As long as I learned something, it was worth it :)

  3. Like Edi said, I try to take every bad experience as a lesson. For example, I've learned what craft shows to avoid and which ones I should do every year. :-)

  4. Very true. Youth is fleeting but experience is built up, page by page, and stays with us a lifetime.

  5. OMG, that photo is so inspirational :)

    Being surrounded by the "boomerang" generation, I do sometimes think I am talking to myself :(

    They will get there and I guess so will I. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend,. cheers, T. :)


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