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  1. September 27, 2017
    Elisabeth says

    This is great advice! I have a lot of big changes happening in my life currently so this post couldn’t have come at a better time!

    xo, Elisabeth
    http://elisabethhayes.com

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  2. September 27, 2017
    V says

    So true Amanda! I also just moved to San Francisco last December from Auckland, New Zealand. I can’t work here in the US so it’s a BIG change for me. I went through period of time where I felt constantly anxious, useless and frustrated. I tried my best to adapt with the new environment, but it seemed that what I did was fighting it. Then I came across an article about going with the flow and it changes everything. It gives me new perspective and I feel more thankful everyday. As people say everything has its time and season and all that happens for a reason.

    Hang in there!

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  3. September 28, 2017

    That was so helpful and so true.

    I am worrying about some issues at work. But there is nothing that I can do about them.

    You are completely right. We all have to go with the flow and make the best out of every situation -even at a bad one.

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  6. October 23, 2017
    Victoria says

    Hi, I love these pieces of advice. I’ll really try to remember this. I think that the first piece of advice (a.k.a diving under the wave instead of fearing and retreating) is something I’m working on learning. I have always had trouble whenever I see the big wave approaching. my philosophy has been always feeling the fear, and retreating. I would love to learn how to dive under the wave, and see how that feels!

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