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Really Good Things Take Time to Grow. Foundation Is Not Built Overnight – Iggy Azalea

Really Good Things Take Time to Grow. Foundation Is Not Built Overnight – Iggy Azalea

Good things usually do not happen overnight. It takes time to build up strength, momentum, and confidence. We need to take advantage of the time we have in this world and use it to improve ourselves. We need to build a foundation that will keep us both safe and satisfied.

We all face things in life that are difficult. None of us are without problems, issues, and difficult situations that can be tough to handle. The trick is remembering that we are all able to overcome our obstacles – we just need to invest the time in proving this to ourselves.

Let’s say that you want to get stronger physically. Going to the gym just once in a while will not make you as strong as if you exercise daily – your body will not benefit as much from occasional work out as it would constant effort. In order for us to truly see a positive change, we have to be dedicated to bettering ourselves – even if it means being patient and working hard.

Really Good Things Take Time to Grow. Foundation Is Not Built Overnight – Iggy Azalea
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About B.G.

Hi. I enjoy writing and sharing my experiences with others. For many years, I have struggled with anxiety and know how difficult it is to deal with something so seemingly limiting. My hobbies include: writing, reading, watching TV, and working hard to get through my anxiety. I hope that through my writing I can help others realize that they are not alone in their struggles and that they can overcome their obstacles! I currently have blogs at www.gettingthroughanxiety.wordpress.com and www.restinpieceblog.wordpress.com - In addition, I am the author of the fantasy-horror novel, Rest in Piece and short story collection, Abstract Clarity.

2 comments

  1. Excellent post! 🙂

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