Wouldn’t it be lovely if we all collectively decided to round up all the toxic vibes and annoying habits, and leave it all in 2017? Sounds perfect, but obviously won’t happen. I got to thinking lately about what I’d love to leave behind in 2017, so that 2018 could be the best year ever; and I’ve decided on three main things. Now obviously this is just my opinion, but these are the three things I think we should all leave in the past, and take on 2018 with a happier, more positive vibe.
It’s totally up to you whether you agree, and if you decide to leave these things behind too. I know I’ll be doing all I can to rid my life of these crappy points, so wish me luck!
1. Social media hate
There seems to be no CHILL at all on Twitter anymore, and I hate it. You can’t say anything without someone jumping down your neck, and likewise; people love sharing their opinions so much so, that there are indirects flying about all over the place. I for one, am sick of it. Remember the days the whole of Twitter felt more friendly, laid back and like there was no soapbox wannabes? I miss those days. Remember; have more patience, don’t join in with the mob mentality, and log off often.
Wouldn’t it be absolutely AMAZING if we all left our hang ups in 2017 and just realised how awesome we all were in 2018?! I propose we all TRY at least. Love yourself like you’d love your best friend, appreciate the body you have, and remind yourself often how kind, talented, smart you are. I know we probably can’t shake all our insecurities as quickly as shouting ‘YASSSS QUEEN’ while dancing in front of the mirror… but it’s a good place to start eh?
Again.. easier said than done. But it’s so good to take the time to remember that worrying usually gets us nowhere, and things usually turn out better than we think. We can be strong, determined, and we will overcome all 2018 has to give us, so let’s leave as much worrying behind as possible! Remember, worrying means you suffer twice.
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