A Writer’s Notebook - When life hands you lemons...



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Jamie Pham
Jamie Pham
When life hands you lemons, you make…
How does that saying go again?
The last 18 months have been up and down. 
One thing I’ve noticed is that I dwell on the negative more than the positive.
To a point where it’s unhealthy. 
I overthink. 
I overanalyze.
The whole nine yards. 
And I got tired of it because I can’t change any of the stuff that’s already happened. 
I can only make myself better by learning from my mistakes and when I realized that, I became instantly relieved. 
Of course, I still make mistakes (tons of them) but I don’t dwell as much as I did before. 
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Jamie Pham
Jamie Pham @Jamiepham

Hi, I’m Jamie Pham. I currently live in Southern California working as a freelance writer, a social media manager, and run my own clothing line (One Two Threads). I’ve carried around a notebook with me for years now and usually jot down notes, ideas, and random things so I want to treat this newsletter as an extension of that.

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