#TLCbyBre - April 29, 2020
I will now be resuming my daily #TLCbyBre as we continue to mourn and grieve the tragedy in Nova Scotia.
“Your best” is better than “the best”. I am the first on the list of people who are perfectionists (flashback to heritage and science fair days!) but I have learned that my best effort is all I can give. I cannot be perfect and “the best” at sports and music and school and working, but I always do “my best”. The difference is key. Discovering for yourself that “my best” is better than “the best” will alter your perception of tasks. What you do won’t be perfect, but if you do your best, lay it down and move on.