I just read that although some people regard Labor Day as the saddest day of the year--the end of the summer, the start of school. Others look at it as the start of all things new--new season, new clothes, new ideas. Some people treat Labor Day similar to New Year's Eve by making resolutions.
I came across a quote this morning that inspired me to stop allowing this ageism thing in entertainment to effect my self-esteem.
"Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
How can a simple observance be so dang powerful?
As of today I resolve to laugh off those who fail to see the beauty in life experienced individuals. Their loss. What's your Labor Day resolution?