There is so much to be learned from Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy. Although progress has been made over the years, there's still so much more to be done. We need to continue pressing for positive change and betterment for our world, for ourselves, for our family and friends, for all those who have been wronged. We need to keep Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy alive, always. So today, and every day, let's remember the world he dreamed of and work to make it a reality.
Don't compare other people's productivity and progress to your own. Both are going to be different for different people. Don't feel bad because you're seemingly not accomplishing as much as others. We all have to navigate life in our way, at our own pace. Do that in a way that's comfortable and right for you.
Your progress might seem small; it might be exponential. But, the important thing is that you're making progress. You're putting in the time and effort to better your life, no matter what form that improvement might take. Always remember that you're doing great and progressing at a pace that suits you.
This post is part of the The Blog Brew Collab, a monthly collaboration between eight other amazing, talented bloggers and myself. Every month, we all create one post each and publish them throughout the first several days of the month. For June, our collaboration theme is awareness days, weeks, and months. My awareness topic was over Pride Month.
Rather than agonize over the progress of other people, let's focus on our own, and work on improving ourselves the best we can.