Sometimes we fail over and over, muscling away at "making it work." We drain all our efforts into fixing the broken thing. That which we despise but feel we must do. The burden of obligation is heavy. The need to prove ourselves within a system that presses our hearts in a vice, painful and simultaneously addicting. What if we challenged what we're told about "sticking it through" and "putting in the work" - to check in with ourselves and prioritize our joy? What if we made individual happiness our greatest obligation? What if we each started a Solo Revolution by asking ourselves the question: What do I want?