It’s December and New Year is 2 weeks away. Now, if it were my low days I would complain about how New year is not a big thing it’s just another year – blah blah, but I won’t. ‘Cos, that is just bullshit talk. New Year is an official restart to your life. Agree or not, that is the truth (note to self, as well)
Lesson of 2016 : PATIENCE
It’s funny how all throughout the year I kept looking out for the end of everything – ‘end of week’, ‘end of month’ and even when good things are happening around me, I would worry about the end of it, about ‘why‘ it has to end (well yes, when you see my face I may look like a blank canvas, but there’s a whole messy mindmap up there). So now that the year is all set to graduate, my feelings are – “wait, what?!” – well, this was my feeling yesterday. Today, it’s different. (Gotcha!). Today my mind is all ready to start digging a grave for all the mess-full thinking this year has given me, and (now that I’m on a gardening term of explanation) – I will TRY to plant in the good stuff this year has given me (just so it grows for next year you see ;))
Okay, yapped enough, time for some bullet-ing.
3 lessons of this year that I MUST obey for the next (obviously there’s more, but who’s got the time, right? )
Point no. 1: Shits going to keep happening (of course). But gotta you juuustt gotta deal with it. Right now if things don’t work out the way you want it too. Take some time for thinking a way out, and there is ALWAYS a way out. The shitty day is going to pass anyway, tomorrow may be worse for all we know, but today is definitely going to pass (unless you have the remote to pause /fast-forward time, then please leave me your address, I’m coming to you)
Point no.2: If people don’t get you at a stressful situation, leave it. When the storm is calmer, come back later to explain yourself better- but just don’t let things hanging everywhere (no I’m not talking about your messy room!.. I’m talking about those awkward unresolved issues hanging in between formal conversations.
Point no 3: The only way to get pass a mess is to get through it (this is my worst, I could do the first two and delay action-izing the third). But yes, no matter how much we hate to face a crappy situation, you will somehow have to deal with it – and the more time you waste avoiding it, the crappier the situation is going to be (ok, gtg slap myself now to de-stress now).
Well then, until another 3 bullet points pop into my tangled mindmap, it’s time to chill with the last of 2016.