It’s Time to Let Go

It’s Time to Let Go

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Travis Tuckett

Founder & Owner of: Call Me Trav

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty, Food & Drink and Health & Fitness Writer

As the year comes to a close, start to think of everything that you’re holding onto. Are you holding onto relationships that support you in your journey in life, or are you holding onto relationships that cause you pain, and retard your potential for growth? Are your goals and dreams practical? Do you allow past mistakes to haunt you? Do you allow things that you can’t change, to weigh you down, and prevent you from making the most of your reality?

Holding on always does more damage than letting go. So, let go of everything that does not help you to nurture a better you. Release your hold on friends that don’t contribute to your happiness. Do not continue to build a relationship with someone that doesn’t see your value, and doesn’t make you feel special. Also, let go of goals that aren’t within your reach. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t reach for the stars, but don’t reach for stars you can’t see. There are many stars out there, just keep your mind and heart on those you can visualize. Always keep in mind that the answer to most problems that seem unbearable is: let go!

Article Credits: Travis Tuckett

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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45 thoughts on “It’s Time to Let Go”

      1. Hello Kind heart. Thanks for consoling me. 🙂 Yeah. He did that to me but KARMA do exists. With a new year , am waiting for new beginning. I hope i soon get over it. ?? God bless you gentleman. 🙂

  1. The message of the featured image caught me! It spoke and summed up everything you mentioned in your article which is very, very nice. This is such a wonderful read featuring insightful ideas to ponder. Thank you for this! 🙂

  2. Thanks for this post…so true, I find a lot of anxiety is linked to an inability to let go of things. Holding on to the things that no longer serve you can be so constricting. Keep up the good work!

  3. How so true, Travis. Letting go frees the psyche of the emotional stresses occasioned by resentment and hurt. I align with the “constricting” remark by The Headache Helper.

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