12/25/13

5 Lessons

The minute Christmas is over it is all New Years. Personally, I love a new year because it's just so fresh, and you can kinda forget about the past year. (What a cliche...) 

Here are five things I learned this year:

Family | This year I've learned all the different ways you can have a family. I have my biological family then I have my football family, and my three best friends. I definitely would not be where I am today if I didn't have my families, and I don't think I've ever been this thankful for the people in my life. 

Decisions | Sometimes you just have to cut off all your hair or contact that person you haven't talked to in ages. You never know what will come out of it.

Comfort Zone | I love the quote, Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. Doing the stuff that would scare you the most usually ends being the stuff you remember.

Ever changing | I hate when people tell something like you didn't like that a month ago. You are allowed to change your opinions on things because you are under no obligation to be the person you were five minutes ago. You are always evolving.

 Growth | This is probably the biggest lesson I've learned this year. In my opinion, I've grown a lot as a person, and I've definitely learned how to control my anxieties, but I didn't always see it. And I felt so down on myself, but once I saw that I've really have gotten better, my growth as a person has gotten so much better.

Happy Holidays! 


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