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Part of cultivating a good life is enjoying the little moments that make up the every day.

As a perfectionist, one of the most important things I’ve learned about life is that it’s not always perfect. Sometimes you’re overly emotional about things that don’t matter. Sometimes your plans get ruined. Sometimes your floor is covered in dog hair the day after you sweep. There will always be moments when it seems like everything is going wrong and the good things are few and far between.

But through all of those imperfect moments are the little things that we often take for granted. Like the fact that our little pup gets overly excited every single day when my husband comes home from work, when you get good feedback from a client on a day that you didn’t even want to get out of bed, or you have a special night of cooking dinner and watching your favorite show with your favorite person.

Life isn’t about it all being Instagram perfect or being made up of all the big, special moments. It’s about embracing the little moments that make up our every day and letting those make each day one worth living.

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Kory Woodard is a part of our 2016 Creative Team using physical product. She, her husband, and pup Zoey currently reside an hour south of Nashville in Tennessee.

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5 Responses

  1. Monica says:

    Embracing moments and not things – – Embracing loved ones/strangers – – all + living a good life!

  2. Candy Berlin says:

    Love your post and words!

  3. Candy Berlin says:

    Love your post and words! You inspire

  4. Once I became a mom, there was no choice but to give up perfectionism. I just turned 40 & can finally say I don’t mind not being perfect. I’m happy with getting better.

  5. Teri says:

    Fantastic post. Sarah, I couldn’t agree with you more. I am in my 40’s and miss all the little things that I was able to be part of when I was lucky enough to stay at home with my girls, (who are now teenagers). I have come to realize that I don’t want to miss out on those little things that I value so much, those little things are what drive me to become a better wife, mother, daughter, etc. Thanks again for the fantastic post, and have a Blessed Day.