It was the night before Christmas.
I’d gone out for a meal with my sister.
The two of us were talking.
We were about to go out for drinks, and I started to feel a little bit nervous.
I was nervous about my sister being there, because I know that when she comes home from work she has a lot of time to go over her work, and she really wants to do well.
I thought, “That’s why I have to go to the gym today, because that’s where I’m going to go today.”
I don’t know if she understood me at the time, but I started going to the workout.
But I wasn’t happy.
At that point, my sister and I both felt a little more nervous.
And then my mom came over, and our mother came over.
My mom was very calm and very patient, and we had a great conversation about what’s going on with us.
She said, “If you have a bad night, it doesn’t matter.
Just make it better.”
That really inspired me.
That really stuck with me.
I really started to see that as a way to make my day better.
I started getting into good habits.
I didn’t feel bad.
And I really liked being at home, even though I was having a bad time, even after that, it’s a good day for me.
And so I think that’s why it helped me, even if it didn’t change my life in the least.