Quotes From "Postcards And Pearls: Life Lessons From Solo Moments On The Road" By Gina Greenlee

Follow your heart. Then root its longing with the facts.
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Follow your heart. Then root its longing with the facts. Gina Greenlee
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No moment is too small to claim. Strung together, moments fashion a life. Gina Greenlee
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Showing up begins long before you stand at the start. Prove yourself an exception in a world where people talk more than act. Intent without follow-through is hollow. Disappoint yourself enough times and empty is how you feel. Make yourself proud. Fill yourself up. Show up. Gina Greenlee
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Risk: no full life occurs without it. Gina Greenlee
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Practice makes comfort. Expand your experiences regularlyso every stretch won’t feel like your first. Gina Greenlee
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Mistakes help to sharpen your next steps. They don’t prove that you shouldn’t try again. Gina Greenlee
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Each of us has our definition of adventure: ending an unsatisfyingrelationship, returning to school, parachute jumping or training for amarathon. Go ahead. Get your thrill on. Gina Greenlee
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Stand up for yourself by not standing yourself up. Gina Greenlee
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We can talk about it, dream about it and dissect the fine print. In the end, only action satisfies our longing. Gina Greenlee
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To believe that we can have what we want is an act of trust — not only of others but also, ourselves. Gina Greenlee
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If companionship is a mandate for all of our experiences, then we will miss out on many of life’s blessings. Gina Greenlee
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The study book for life’s tests is the whole of our experience. Though we mayfeel unprepared, tests appear only when we are truly ready to ace them. Gina Greenlee
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What would happen if you gave yourself permission to do somethingyou’ve never done before? There’s only one way to find out. Gina Greenlee
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What do you resist examining up close? How can you ground yourself so you feel safe enough to try? Gina Greenlee
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The notion of the perfect time is more than myth. It's the ultimate self-delusion. Gina Greenlee
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Feeling lonely? Wish you had a special someone to help fill the void? Reconsider your definition of romance, reconnect to your passions and be swept away. Gina Greenlee
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Cultivate the art of maximizing serendipitous opportunities. Gina Greenlee
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It's tempting to believe that a break from life's routine will only cause chaos. But regimen does not ensure security. The only constant we can count on is change. Gina Greenlee
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Forgive someone today. Especially if that someone is you. Gina Greenlee
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One of the best kinds of thrill is defining, honoring, and achieving our goals. Gina Greenlee