17 things I learned in 2017
It’s ok to ask for help.
Complimenting people daily is a necessity. (for myself and them).
Hair dye is no longer a luxury. Now it is a necessity. Thank you 30.
3 days ago I discovered that guilt is an unnecessary feeling. It should be avoided at all costs like poison. If you don’t want to do something, don’t do it. If you do it, suck it up and deal with it. If someone doesn’t like you, screw them. It’s not your fault or your job to change their mind.
Never answer a text when you are angry. I discovered that if I wait a few min, my answer is more collected and balanced.
Dealing with government entities can be extremely draining to the soul. Only evil people work there.
Never underestiate a good stick of lipstick.
Everyone is different, and that’s ok. What’s important is finding people who are real and raw. Avoid bullshitters at all costs.
Doing things that make you uncomfortable can be so liberating. This year I have done a few things I never thought I would do. Ever. But I did them without regret and that’s ok.
Overworking made me lose my sanity. Work became an obsession and I bit off more than I could chew. The last few months of 2017 I started delegating and it has changed things drastically.
Never start a job before taking the down payment. Cause humans suck.
Going to the cinema in the morning is still fun.
Don’t give up on people or judge them. Everyone has a different approach, who knows what they are going through. I'll always be the one to give chances.
I learned to do more things alone.
I listened to one audiobook a month. It was amazing. I never knew I could giggle and tear up from a book all at once. Once I had to park at the side of the road to pay attention to what was actually going on in the book - you can judge me, I dont care. Thanks audible.
Girl's Night Out. Epically Necessary.
I learned that I am loved. This year has been a rollercoaster of drama, stress and many accomplishments. I laughed, I yelled and I cried. But I made it because of all the amazing people who were by my side on a daily basis. It is amazingly humbling. I thank you all my darlings.