Smell the summer / spring day. Feel your heart beating. Savior the feeling of being alive. Know that things worth having and worth doing often take time, patience, persistence, planning and focus, and sometimes meet with obstacles and temporary failures. Know that things won't always be as they are now. Remember what you WERE.
(When I train for a contest, it takes 20 WEEKS to get ready.)
If you're having an especially bad day, ride the bus. Compared to those folks, you have the world by the gonads.
Crawl, walk, run. One foot in front of the other. Small goals, a bit at a time.
When I learned to skate, I fell, many, many, many, times. I got bruised. I got bruised some more. I ached. I got frustrated. I downright got pissed. Then, I learned how to skate like the wind, and backwards, too...then, I was playing hockey and loving it. Life is like that. Sometimes you get a bit dinged, but, hockey rocks, and so do cool trophies.
This sounds cheesy, but, here's the deal.
Your old life is done with. It's over. That's the cool thing about it.
Now, you have your new life. It's just starting.
It won't be without challenges, nor will it be without rewards.
Keep banging away. Things change. Nothing is permanent except the IRS, and student loans. Everything else changes.