Growing up, I had a limited understanding of the popular saying “No Regrets.” Skaters got it tattooed on their skin, rappers used it in their verses and a kid down the street had the T-shirt. I thought it was dumb, because, obviously, everyone had done something stupid or had a situation happen to them that wasn’t good that they’d like to take back. As I aged and gained more life experiences, my brain finally figured it out. Everything you do, the stuff you see, friends you hang out with, places you go, bad trips you endure, they all shape who you are right now. And if you love what you do, the people around you and who you’ve become, part of that is owed to the struggles you went through to get there. (Continue Reading)


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