Tales of a 24-Year-Old Nothing

This was a mistake
portraitsofboston:

     “When I was 12, my mom told me something that I still think about all the time: ‘People tend to point out the bad things and other people’s mistakes. When you do something wrong, they’re very quick to let you know—but when you do something right, no one ever says anything.’ So when someone does something that I appreciate, or does their job well, I try to point it out because there’s too much criticism in the world and not enough encouragement.”

portraitsofboston:

     “When I was 12, my mom told me something that I still think about all the time: ‘People tend to point out the bad things and other people’s mistakes. When you do something wrong, they’re very quick to let you know—but when you do something right, no one ever says anything.’ So when someone does something that I appreciate, or does their job well, I try to point it out because there’s too much criticism in the world and not enough encouragement.”

(Source: portraits-of-america)