What I learnt from 2021

Updated: Feb 17

Well it's been a long time, and now it's that time of the year again where we spend an entire month thinking about resolutions for the following year breaking right in week two of January, haha kidding or maybe not lol well, jokes aside 2021s been weird like idk just weird, despite the fact we all had things to accomplish some of us did, some of us got left behind due to circumstances but it isn't the end of the world, right? So we all had different experiences and if we all just reflect back and personally I love doing this because this just makes all of it more meaningful and kinda allows me to see how much progress I made and also this year I was bounded into situations I never imagined I'd experience but whatever the hell that was, it's FINE it's gone xD so

  1. You're not bound to anything- I think that we're not bound to validate responses to other people if they're making us feel trashy or if you feel the energy isn't worth it, because that's how it is you gotta understand some people do not comprehend the logic of a second perspective, and whatever our brain puts forth are just suggestions and not fixations.

  2. The way someone else perceives what you do is a result of their own experiences (which you can’t control), their own preferences (which you can’t predict), and their own expectations (which you don’t set). If your choices don’t match their expectations that is their concern, not yours.

  3. Starting from zero has perks, you don't have much to lose and therefore you can be absolutely bold when you aren't trying to protect something.

  4. Set yourself achievable goals, setting yourself those doesn't justify your capability, there's nothing to be ashamed of, choosing to set an easy goal doesn't mean lowering your sight it just means aiming at a different target.

  5. Whatever you're, be nice it doesn't take alot of effort to hold back if you don't have anything nice to say, of course it's circumstantial but if the situations not that bad, choose to be wise it's that initial response that matters, eventually you learn how to control it you really put an effort into it and when you do it does make a difference.

  6. We assume alot of things, most of our problems that we often spend our time worrying about are not even real, but those things that can be sorted and are real, just communicate. If you won't talk you won't know and then you'd just make up things in your head and start forming negative opinions, so keep your ego aside and communicate things would get better if not the best.

  7. It's only a lifetime, that is too short to bother about things that won't matter in the coming years.