If we learn from our mistakes, then why are we so afraid to make them? I saw this question and it really made me think. It’s an interesting question. Why are we so afraid to make mistakes when they teach us so much? Is it fear of the aftermath from the mistake or is … More If WE LEARN From Our MISTAKES, Why Are We Always So Afraid To Make A Mistake?
In my last post I talked about the red flags when dealing with two-faced friends (or should I say Frenemies). Growing up I wish I caught on to all the signs that were in front of me, but I guess that’s what life experience is about (learning and gaining wisdom). For the most part, … More 3 Potential Red Flags that you Might Stumble Upon Before the First Date.
For today’s topic I want to speak on the red flags in friendships. One thing you will probably learn when you get further into adulthood is that we trust people more than we should in our teens and early twenties. We’re more optimistic and we tend to look for the best in people. It’s … More Frenemies? … 5 Clues that your Friend might just be a Friendly Enemy? (One of the lessons that I’ve learned growing up.)
The older you get the more you realize that you don’t know as much as you thought you did. You start to realize that life is unpredictable, and things aren’t as simple as you might have thought. You can lay out your path but that doesn’t mean it’s going to go in the direction … More Learn from Everyone Around You! (Be Open and Stop Blocking Your Growth!)
Welcome back! Today is part 2 of my enneagram analysis. As mentioned in yesterday’s post, after discovering my enneagram number I wanted to retake the quiz as if I was my younger self. I know that it cannot be 100% accurate because I could’ve possibly answered these questions slightly different during that particular time. … More Comparing My Enneagram Numbers from Then to Now. (ME vs ME) (Blogmas #6)
While I was headed out of town last week I was listening to different podcasts on the road, and one of the podcasts was talking about their Enneagram number. They had a panel of people talking about how your number can show you some hard truths. If you’re completely honest while taking the test … More I Got Checked by My Enneagram Number (Blogmas #5)
The other day I was thinking about the quarter-life crisis. A quarter-life crisis is a period of uncertainty and questioning about life and your future. It feels like a period of constant soul-searching and trying to figure out this thing called Life. It’s actually pretty common for 25-year-olds to feel this way, but you don’t … More The Quarter-Life Crisis … Been There! (Looking Back, It Was Unnecessary Worrying.)
The other night I was thinking about the time when I was made peace about giving up on my degree. At that time most of my fellow classmates had already graduated a year or two before I hit the wall. I felt so behind. My loans could no longer cover my tuition and all … More When You Think It’s Over . . . and then the shift happens!
Lately I’ve been in my head a lot. I don’t know why, but it feels like I constantly compare myself to others. In a previous post I’ve wrote about comparing ourselves and how we shouldn’t do it. I understand that our journey is our own. It’s unique to us. I get that and understand it, … More We are all in Our Own Lanes. (Our Journey is Unique)
Today I had a lot on my mind. I was thinking a lot about grad school. A lot of my work consisted of interviews. As an introvert who is also awkward and a little shy, I was always afraid to approach people or reach out to strangers. I guess you can say it was just … More Just One Door . . . (It Doesn’t Matter How Many Closed Doors You Reach, You Just Need One to Open)