Are your problems “real” problems?

Some of the best advice I ever got was that real problems are ones that can’t be solved with money.  

Day to day annoyances like car repairs, tuition payments, bills, house maintenance issues – all easily solved with new DIY knowledge, creativity, or cash. 

When you have a health problem, sick loved one, regrets, damaged relationships, etc, these are real problems.     

If it can be solved with money, it’s not a “real problem”. 

Be sure to put your challenges in the right category when they pop up. You’ll find you live a pretty damn blessed life.


This was written by my friend Steve.

When I think about my life and the crap I complain about day to day… I don’t have any real problems. Most of my issues are just minor annoyances.

I live a damn blessed life. Perhaps you do too?

Have a good one,
– Joel


*Photo by Sebastian Herrmann

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