In 2016 I’ve learned a lot of things about myself, Difference other. Whether it’s about handling mental health, physical health, knowing what’s right for me. The difference between real & fake. The main reason for my break was to realize what I really wanted rather than what others wanted from me. I was too much caught up into what others might expect from me. If I was letting down their expectations, along with that comes the criticism, judgments, opinions. But now after a while of taking my time off & really thinking what I want vs what society wants from me, I can say that I’m confident in myself no matter what. My success might not be as big as others, I might not have a huge following as others, I may not look good enough because I’m skinny. But at the end of the day, if you’re confident in yourself, that’s all matters.
One of my most important goal for 2017 is to Selfcare. What was the last time when you read a book? When was the last time you played with your siblings or cousins? When was the last time you had a detox? I might guess ages ago. We get so caught up in social media or our day to day lives sorting our business out, that we actually forget to live in the moment. Taking time off for yourself is very important. You’ll thank yourself later.
I personally feel like having personal goals. But also realistic or else you might just disappoint yourself at the very beginning.
Other than self-care I really want to follow the rule of “One Day at a Time.” This is so stressful for me, I always end up thinking so much ahead of time & at the end it’s very difficult for me to complete the things on time.
“A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms”
I’m gonna be honest. I’m an optimistic person most of the time. But there are sometimes where everything goes Haywire. This coming year I want to think as positive as I can & spread positivity around. We all know the law of attraction “You get what you think”
You may know that I’m a student. Finding the balance to study & shoot for my blog is one of the hardest things I’ve ever tackled. I love blogging it’s my hobby & I can’t stop. 2016 was like 80% for blogging and 20% for studies, which should never happen. I need to give equal time to both.
Last but never the least. This was & still is an issue for me.Changing your lifestyle is difficult but not impossible. I’ve dealt with PCOD and going through it for years now. It’s really important to change my lifestyle & maintain my physical as well as mental health. It’s an obstacle for me to change because we all know it’s so difficult to cut pizzas & burgers, cutting off soft drinks etc. But I’m excited to begin.
How was your 2016? Don’t forget to have realistic goals & really go behind them. Your speed doesn’t matter, forward is forward. Take time for yourself & distress, think don’t too much. Allow the people in your life who are concerned about you & who really think about you. Don’t forget to dream big. If you want something that bad start working for it now rather than January 1st. 🙂