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Turning 30 this year has made me reflect on these very thoughts.

A new division of age has made me feel anxious, made me feel stable, and given me opportunity to consider what's next.  As I consider, this little blurb suits where I am at in my current chapter.

I've always been ambitious whether it was to get into a party back in my hay day, or maintaining my first apartment and bills as a server one table at a time.  Ambition is part of my make up as a person and I truly believe it has served me well this far.  This note though, it pushes to make it further my own and really hone in, in a whole new way.

It's true what they say about turning a new age, particularly 30; you tend to be much more in a place of peace for who you are, what you want, what you stand for and the reverse, what you're not willing to accept.  I'm more content in who I am, and most important, who I have built myself into as I've followed this note's instructions.

Any time I feel off or out of sync with my ambitions,  I remember to work hard, keep my priorities straight, do what I love, wake up earlier, grab that coffee, and remember what I love about what I do.

And I stay ambitious.

Let's meet again,
M

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