While I know it is almost the end of January, I figured it isn’t too late to still reflect on last year. Instead of just making resolutions this year, I decided to share what 2013 taught me.
I learned I may get lost, but I will eventually find my way.
I learned that being disappointed isn’t easy, but it can make you stronger.
I learned that I should constantly challenge and push myself out of my comfort zone.
I learned that you can’t force things to work out if they were not meant to be. If they were, then they will.
I learned that the most beautiful things can sometimes be the simplest.
I learned that things can finally start to go your way, but instantly change. The trick is to not get discouraged.
I learned that traveling not only makes me happy, but also pushes and challenges me.
Learned that I should travel to a new place once a year.
I learned you need to be able to laugh at certain situations. Laughter really can be the best medicine.
I learned that the NYC subway is surprisingly a good place to write and get work done.
I learned it is important to have a passion and to do what you love.
I learned that you have a good friend when you can just laugh at the craziest things and have a blast where ever you are.
I learned that apartment hunting can teach you a lot.
I learned that hiring movers is worth the money.
I learned how important it is to travel to different parts of the country and to see how different they are.
I learned the importance of spending time with family and friends that matter and getting rid of the toxic people in your life.