It’s interesting how the period between the first week of December and New Year’s Eve has taught me a lot about myself. For those who are frequent guests on my blog, y’all understand how much I dislike the festive season cause I just feel it comes with too much work and pressure. My anxiety wants none of that!
During the last month of December, I became a bit busy trying to do all the random things I had put on hold for quite sometime and because most things were personal I got to hangout on my own with myself and learn that:
I might be a control freak
It’s not something I’m proud of to be honest but it kills me when I am not in control. I learnt this during our extended family Christmas get together, no one included me in the planning and I became anxious. I wanted to be on top of everything and foresee every step through it all!
Cleaning is therapeutic
When I’m stuck (mostly emotionally and psychologically) I like to declutter. For me, cleaning is the best way to rejuvenate.
I brush off people way too quickly
I know! I know it’s pathetic and I’m working towards being a better person. I learnt during the New Year’s Eve Festival I attended; I don’t really give people a chance to get to know me. If we don’t have the same interests (based on the three minutes convo we have) I don’t give you my attention at all.
You know how you are eager to skip a Youtube Ad based on the three first seconds? Well, that’s me in real life!
Over To You …
Happy New Year guys! I hope you are well. What are some of your hopes and expectations this year? Let me know!
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