#Personal

Last days of 2016

2016 is a blast. There are things that we expected to happened. And there are some that are not. Minsan nga sa sobrang bilis nang mga pangyayari, natutulala ka na lang eh. But of course, we must and should be thankful for everything. Dapat maging masaya tayo na may mga naranasan tayo ngayong taon na hindi natin makakalimutan. Pinaiyak man tayo, pinatawa, sinurpresa, pinalungkot, pinagtaka, pinagtaranta, pinaisip o kahit ano pa man yan. We must be thankful kasi we have new memories and experiences na maisshare natin sa iba. Diba? Diba.

I’ve read an article.. saktong sakto ngayong panahon, about letting go and moving forward. And I thought, this might be a good first entry here. So, yeah, enjoy!

 

37 Things to Let Go of in 2017

Worrying about what has happened in the past.

The need to be in control of everything.

The idea of a β€œperfect life.”

Fear of the unknown.

Unhealthy relationships.

Worrying about things you can’t change.

Clothing you haven’t worn in over a year.

A job you hate.

Overscheduling your life.

Comparing yourself to other people.

Placing your partner on an unrealistic pedestal.

Going small when you can go BIG.

Your insecurities.

A negative body image.

Fear of failure.

Clutter in your home.

Procrastinating on important things.

Overspending.

Your pride.

Worrying what others think of you.

Excuses.

Your dependency on social media.

Your comfort zone.

Failing to care for your physical health.

Grudges.

Lazy habits that are holding you back.

Past debts.

The belief that the “grass is always greener.”

Gossip.

Guilt and anger over past events.

Any possessions that don’t bring you joy.

Unrealistic expectations.

Trying to make everyone happy.

Old things you can donate or sell for cash.

Overindulging in unhealthy habits

Jealousy.

Anyone and anything that doesn’t make you happy.

Guilty yata ako sa lahat.. medyo mashaket eh.

Anyways, have a bountiful new year everyone! Love you, guys. :))))

Disclaimer: Wrote this when I took a break from my on-the-job training. Productive enough.

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