A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from August 07, 2018
“Doing your best does not mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown”

"Friendly reminder that ‘doing your best’ does not mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown” is a saying that has been printed on many images. Kipplekipple wrote on tumblr on March 30, 2016:

“Friendly reminder that “doing your best’ does not mean pushing yourself to the limits of endurance, but only doing the best you can without hurting yourself.”

“Doing your best DOES NOT mean working yourself to a mental breakdown” was posted on Twitter by jojo on October 27, 2016. “FRIENDLY REMINDER: ‘Doing your best’ does not mean working yourself to the point of mental breakdown” was posted on Twitter by Sav 😊 on December 13, 2016.


Twitter
mm barnett
@mmbar42
kipplekipple: Friendly reminder that “doing your best” does not mean pushing yourself to the limits of… https://tmblr.co/ZUw49t24EHJ_s
4:44 PM - 30 Mar 2016
kipplekipple:
Friendly reminder that “doing your best” does not mean pushing yourself to the limits of endurance, but only doing the best you can without hurting yourself.
Further, even friendlier reminder that it’s completely fine if that means you don’t do as much as someone else.
They’re not you, and your contribution is just as valid as theirs.
SOURCE: KIPPLEKIPPLE

Twitter
jojo
@almostgio
doing your best DOES NOT mean working yourself to a mental breakdown
8:30 PM - 27 Oct 2016

Twitter
Sav 😊
@Sav_Quinn
FRIENDLY REMINDER:
“Doing your best” does not mean working yourself to the point of mental breakdown.
7:55 PM - 13 Dec 2016 from Council Bluffs, IA

Twitter
Kevin Morelli-Silcox
@RevKevMorelli
“Doing your best” does not mean working yourself to the point of mental breakdown.
9:04 AM - 28 Dec 2016

Twitter
alice
@alicenwonderr
Friendly reminder: “Doing your best” does not mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown.
12:05 AM - 25 Jan 2017

Twitter
Autumn Mulcahy
@1992Autumn
This is just a friendly reminder that “doing your best” does not mean pushing yourself to the point of a mental breakdown
8:58 PM - 29 Jan 2017

Twitter
hope
@Pennyy__Lanee
Friendly reminder that “doing your best” does not mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown
7:26 PM - 7 Feb 2017

Twitter
Emily 🕊
@emilypiperrenae
“Doing your best,” doesn’t mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown.
9:33 PM - 15 Feb 2017

Twitter
Jackie
@shipperscove
“Doing your best” doesn’t mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown.
4:46 PM - 16 Feb 2017

tumblr
“Friendly reminder that ‘doing your best’ does not mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown.” —Anon #ThingsToNeverForget

artwork by Noel Badges Pugh
thingstoneverforget
Mar 7th, 2017

Reddit—Quotes
“Friendly reminder that ‘doing your best’ does not mean working yourself to the point of a nervous breakdown.” - Anon (self.quotes)
submitted May 9, 2018 by [deleted]

Twitter
Self
@EnlightndHippie
Doing your best doesn’t mean working yourself to the point of a mental breakdown.
2:46 PM - 23 Jun 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Tuesday, August 07, 2018 • Permalink