Tag: 2018

What I Hope For You Going Into 2019

I hope that you let go…

Let go of mistakes you made. Maybe you reacted badly and hurt someone. Maybe you had a little too much to drink one night and screwed up your presentation the next morning. Maybe you failed an exam or cheated on your boyfriend. As troubling as it may have been for you...you royally fucked up…forgive yourself and let go. We can’t change what’s been done.

Let go of him or her that leaves you feeling lonely more than loved. If someone wholeheartedly loves you, they wouldn’t leave your texts unanswered. They wouldn’t make excuses. If someone really wanted you, trust me dear…they would be with you. Let that loneliness go because you are worthy of authentic, true love.

Let go of friends that you once loved but grew apart from. Not everyone is destined to travel the same roads. As you evolve, things around you will change.

Let go of the thought that things stay the same. Nothing…stays the same.

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Looking Back On This Exhausting 2018

I’ve been feeling extremely lazy lately. Judging myself and feeling guilty for not wanting to do anything but Netflix (a little HBO too…decided I am NOT a – The Game of Thrones fan. Forced myself all the way to the second season and still found too many scenes disturbing)

but yeah…that’s all I’ve been wanting to do.

I tired mediating and getting back into my rhythm. Nothing seemed to help. Finally, I was just like…whatever. I stopped trying to force myself to do anything I didn’t feel like doing.

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Geez, 2018 is almost over

We’re already in October. Where did 2018 go?! I’m already getting emails about filing your taxes. Open enrollment is the around the corner.

Hmmm…Venus in retrograde… I feel a massive push to reassess my finances.

  • I wanna make sure I stay completely debt free for the rest of the year (no credit card debt, loans of any kind).
  • Eliminate any unnecessary spending (do you really need cable, Netflix and Hulu?).
  • Check to make sure I’m getting the best pricing for current plans and policies I have now (car insurance, renters insurance, cell phone plan etc.)

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