I love tomorrow. Every tomorrow is a new day, bringing with it the promise of a fresh start, a reboot, a do-over, a chance to begin anew.
Because tomorrow is tomorrow, it does not exist yet. So literally anything we do tomorrow will be something new. And for as long as we have a tomorrow, we have a never-ending supply of opportunities to try again.
Today not go so well for you? Tomorrow could turn out better.
Did tomorrow turn out even worse? Tomorrow might turn out better.
Got a little snippy at your partner today? Tomorrow is a chance to begin fresh.
Put off creating in favor of watching reruns? Tomorrow you can start over.
Slept in and skipped the gym this morning? Tomorrow you can attack it again with renewed vigor.
It is so easy to fall into the all-or-none trap—the “well if I can’t do it perfectly, I’m not going to do it at all” syndrome. For get all that. Yesterday is done. In the past. Gone. Lost to the ether forever. You can’t get it back so just let it go.
Tomorrow is new—a good day to try again.
To your good fortune!