The entirety of our twenties were spent working toward, what we considered at the time, the definition of success. We spent years focused on careers that demanded long hours and endless attention with the goal of climbing further up the corporate ladder.
“…we tried filling the void with more money and more possessions.”
As our happiness began to deteriorate, we tried filling the void with more money and more possessions. Work harder. Make more money. Buy more things. It finally sunk in this wasn’t working. Our unhappiness grew even larger. Our frustration built.