With the recent tragic passing of Tom Parker we are once again reminded that life is sometimes all too short, and we should make the most of every moment, life is beautiful when we take away all the distractions and just live. So often we can be caught up in the rat race, working hard to pay the bills and provide for our families, that we forget to stop and smell the roses. Take a step back from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and appreciate the simple things, like a beautiful sunset or a quiet moment with a loved one

So often we can get caught up in the mundane tasks of everyday life we forget to truly live. We may not all have the glamorous lifestyle of a pop star, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make our own moments count, happiness is relative, find your own happiness inside you, and let it shine out.

I watched Toms’s journey like may others from the surprise announcement of his diagnosis to his brave fight and then the sad news of his death. It made me think about how precious life is and how we should make the most of every day. 

I had recently been struggling to manage my feelings, my emotions and Tom’s death made me put things into perspective. It can be easy to dwell on the negatives in life, but it’s so important to remember the good moments too, I had struggled to get motivate to write or record podcasts but it feels like I am over this recent storm and I can get back to writing and recording again.

We should all take a leaf out of Tom’s book and live every day like it’s our last. Make memories with the people you love, tell them how much you care and most importantly, enjoy every moment.

Life is precious, and we should never take it for granted.  

Stay blessed everybody and have a great day

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