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October 16, 2014

How to Find Contentment in a Culture of Comparison

Your friend just uploaded a photo of a perfect beach to Instagram. There are endless dream kitchens scrolling through your Pinterest news feed. And your cousin’s status update proclaims that she got a promotion after two months—and you’ve been busting...

Your friend just uploaded a photo of a perfect beach to Instagram. There are endless dream kitchens scrolling through your Pinterest news feed. And your cousin’s status update proclaims that she got a promotion after two months—and you’ve been busting it for six years with no raise!

In our culture of comparison, feeling good about being you can take some effort. In this quick video tip, I remind you of a simple way to cut out the comparisons that can creep up and choose to find contentment in your own messy and imperfect life.

For more video tips, visit The Dave Ramsey Show on YouTube.

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  • Holly says:

    Your hononsty as well as humbleness over whelming!! Thank you for sharing and I look forward to seeing your name in my email. You are a wonderful blessing to me. Sisters in Christ – Holly

  • Lori says:

    Its hard not too compare your life to others around you but I always think that even If I don’t have the biggest house or the best whatever, I am doing ok because I have a roof over my head and other blessings that some people dont have. Yes things could be better but they could be worse so I’m not going to complain