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I have made some great, life-changing decisions in my life like going back to school, training for a marathon, eating right, spending more time with family… and then there are those I’d like to take a giant eraser to.
If you ask me if I have any regrets, I’d probably tell you that I have a few but the one I regret the most is not getting my drivers license when I was a teenager.
I don’t know how to… drive. (Excuse me while I go back to the rock I’ve been hiding under.)
It’s so embarrassing admitting that but it’s the sad truth. I blame it on being a New Yorker. New Yorkers don’t have to drive! There has to be some statistic that says that… or at least that’s the lie I will continue to tell myself until I get my drivers license.
Us New Yorkers have public transportation on every corner. Technically advanced systems that allow you to know the exact place and time your bus or train will arrive. Ferries. Private cab services. The works, ok, maybe not the “works” but surely enough to make you a satisfied non-driver. New York makes it hard to really need a car until you want to go out of town. That’s when it hits me.
Luckily, I can “erase” this regret by making the right moves towards becoming an official driver. Boy, do I love the sound of that. And believe me, every time I get in the drivers seat of my car (with a licensed instructor within arms reach sitting while he literally giggles at my attempt at driving) I tell myself that.
Nevertheless, I’m happy because I was able go to the DMV to change this situation. I will get my drivers license pronto which reminds me of companies like Verizon.
If you switched away from Verizon and are regretting it, don’t worry. They’re making it easy for customers to come back. For more information head over to your local Verizon store.
Verizon wants you to come back home. No hard feelings, no regrets.
I believe everyone has a story to share about the times in our lives when we made a decision only to find that that we regretted it and actually reversed course to be happier.
Do you have any regrets you reversed or would like to reverse? Please feel free to share below.