Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Things I learned in 2014

Something a wee bit different over here today. I've got all the feels to right this post so I just thought that I would go ahead. I know in the wide scheme of things i'm still only a little pea but I feel as though I picked quite a lot of useful things up last year. Plus I really love reading other bloggers posts about what they've learn in years or situations.

Sometimes it's okay to let go of things (people even) when they get difficult. By this I don't mean give up on the important things. I mean don't carry on with something if it's making you unhappy, sometimes you just gotta love your self a lil'.If something/someone is making you feel down a lot it's fine just to wave goodbye; life is just too short. I wish I could have turned around to my self in school and just told me that it will be one of the greatest moments in my life when you find the courage to let go of what you cannot change. I also wish I could have told my self to listen to my Mum more, parents definitely spot fake friends and crappy situations before you (sorry Mum, ily) If someone doesn't bring positivity, get rid of them.

Following that one perfectly, i've definitely learned to appreciate people more. Actually, not just people, everthing. From friendships to my Nan *side note- also don't ever take the long term health of your loved ones for granted*, as soon as you realise that things aren't promised to be there forever, it makes a huge difference in how you treat/understand them. 

That said- Putting drama behind you is very important. Forgive, forget...
Leaving the house without your headphones is never a good idea. Under any circumstances Buy two pairs, order some now. They make a bad day better.
spending your wage on good food is perfectly acceptable.

Don't even bother to pretend you hate taylor swift. You know her catchy songs are infectious. Oh my God look at that face. You look like my next mistake... I'm stopping now, I'm sorry.

Don't be mad at someone for doing somehing just because you don't. A common one- the girls that wear heavy makeup getting at the girls that wear no makeup. Vice versa. It's okay to do whatever you want, be whatever you want (within reason, of course).

Don't be sad if it doesn't work out first time, try again. Keep trying until you decide whether it's important or not. AKA me with gcse maths, never again, no thank you.

Be nice to people. Especially old people, they have learned a lot in their time.

3 comments:

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