Sometimes the best you can do with what you have is enough

Some days, you simply have to do the best you can with what you have.

Today we place too much pressure on one another to succeed in every facet of our lives – causing undo stress and often broken relationships.

We measure and define ourselves against others instead of being proud of who and what we have become in the present.

We allow the insignificant and unimportant to become our priorities rather than setting boundaries and enjoying that which truly matters.

Perceived failures discourage our spirit instead of teaching us some of the most valuable lessons life has to offer. To do the best you can.

We link happiness with possessions and fortune – forgetting how doing the very best for those who deserve our attention will provide us ultimate joy.

Fred Rogers once wrote a profound lesson to live by: “Some days, doing “the best we can” may still fall short of what we would like to be able to do, but life isn’t perfect – on any front – and doing what we can with what we have is the most we should expect of ourselves or anyone else.”