Kim Errico

‘You may believe that living life to the fullest is seeing every country in the world and quitting your job on a whim and falling recklessly in love, but it’s really just knowing how to be where your feet are. It’s learning how to take care of yourself, how to make a home within your own skin. It’s learning how to build a simple life you were proud of. A life most fully lived is not always composed of the things that rock you awake, but those that slowly assure you it’s OK to slow down. That you don’t always have to prove yourself. That you don’t need to fight forever, or constantly want more. That it’s OK for things to be just as they are. And when those big moments come, which they will, you’ll feel them in a way you couldn’t before. You’ll appreciate them because you’ll be able to be fully in them. Little by little, you will begin to see that life can only grow outward in proportion to how stable it is inward – that if the joy is not in the little things first, the big things don’t fully find us.’

-Brianna Wiest