There's a big difference between achieving happiness and happily achieving. We all get so caught up in the day-to-day to reach this imaginary destination, it's time to take a step back and practice the art of happily achieving.
Throughout time, society has been embedding the dos and don’ts of how to live a successful life. As I am approaching my 25th birthday, and am relatively new to “adulting”, I find myself questioning the illusory lens that has taken over a majority of my peers. Since elementary school we have been directed to compete for strong grade scores, prestigious colleges, and hopefully a respectable position at a large organization. Initially, the majority of college graduates will find themselves sitting in a cube, with a corporate laptop, excited to have a job and the opportunity to move out of mom’s house. However, at the end of the day, no matter if you are making a six-figure salary or not, you may find yourself question what the hell you are doing and why.