No More Confused Burrito

It is T-7 days until I enter a new decade of my life. And then I will be 30.

I’m actually kind of excited. One of the reasons is that lately, I have been feeling happier, more focused and more centered than I perhaps ever have in my life.

Day 68 - Me

Today another one of my friends turned 30, and she asked a question yesterday on Facebook that has gotten a tidal wave of comments. Her question was this:

This is the last day of my 20’s, and all day I will be reflecting over the insane amount of growth that occurs between the eve of turning 20 and the eve of turning 30. Tell me something interesting you learned from your 20’s. It doesn’t have to be the most important thing (but it could be!) or the most useful advice (but it could be that, too!). It could be deep. It could be irreverent. But tell me all the same. 🙂

She knows a guy, and you may know him too, that shared a quote from his mother:

French Stewart: My mother once told me – “Life is like a fast food drive-thru. If you order in a clear voice? You’ll eventually get what you want. But If you ask in a confused voice? You get a confused burrito.” My mom is the shit.

French Stewart

I miss this show so damn much.

That got me thinking, about life, the universe, and everything, if you know what I mean. It got me thinking about my purpose. What I want to put out into the world, and what I want to get back out of life.

I had a wee bit of a revelation, you see. I am going to leave you with a little cliffhanger here, until my birthday next Friday when I can tell you about my plans for the future of this blog. I am so excited for all of the ways life is going to get more awesome for all of us, really soon.

Stay tuned, friends. I will also be sending an update out on the end of the month newsletter, so sign up now to be the first to hear about the wonderful new world of Leave Me to My Projects.

And I challenge you to answer Donnelle’s question.

This is the last day of my 20’s, and all day I will be reflecting over the insane amount of growth that occurs between the eve of turning 20 and the eve of turning 30. Tell me something interesting you learned from your 20’s. It doesn’t have to be the most important thing (but it could be!) or the most useful advice (but it could be that, too!). It could be deep. It could be irreverent. But tell me all the same. 🙂

Tell us in the comments! Thank you guys. I truly do adore each and every one of you.