• A lesson each day

    Day 100 – Vulnerability

    As much as we are told to show ourselves, vulnerability is risky. However, I believe most things in life are risky. I really have no point here. I guess I want to state that to let people in, to let people see you; to be vulnerable, is a risk. It could turn out well, it could hurt but I think it’s a beautiful thing, even though risky. Guess who made it to day 100? This girl!! 💃🏾💃🏾 Just want to say thank you to everyone that has been following this, I appreciate you all. Thank you for reading ❤️

  • A lesson each day

    Day 99

    I think it’s quite interesting that the more you know, the more aware of how much you don’t know; the more ignorant you think you are (rather, the more ignorant you are). There’s a lot to know about life and man isn’t entirely wise or able to grasp it all. This goes to show how little we are. It’s amazing that Christ still came for us. We know just a little about life and that’s almost nothing. There’s a need to be humble. Only then can we truly learn. Ps. Tomorrow is day 100 💃🏾

  • A lesson each day

    Day 98

    When you know exactly what to look out for or what to do, it saves a lot of time. This is why knowledge is needed and not just knowledge, but understanding also. Knowledge can come in different forms like personal experience, experiences of others, books and so on.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 97

    You’d think one would know this but I’m still learning that the best thing you can do in any given circumstance is to be yourself. Sometimes there is a certain pressure or should I say undefined pressure to do what people expect. This happens mostly when you care about someone or you like them even. You’d notice that you’d want them to like you back and there’s the need to act accordingly. Be yourself. Make sure yourself isn’t a horrible person, if not, change for the better and not because of someone or what people expect of you.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 96

    You know how people’s insecurities seem like you are the problem, you’re not. They are the problem, it’s their insecurities that pushes them away and makes them almost sabotage a good thing. You’ll be there overthinking what you did wrong but you didn’t do anything. Relax. Hopefully, you are not the ‘they’ I am talking about. Point is, sometimes the problem isn’t you, it’s them and the trauma, emotional issues and insecurities they are yet to deal with.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 95

    So this might sound obvious but I realize that things bother us and cause us to overthink because we really care about it. So whether it’s your job, reputation, a project, your friends, that boy or that girl, your family, know that it bothers you so much and you’re overthinking because you care. If you didn’t care, it wouldn’t even take so much thought in your head. Stop overthinking anyway. It’s called overthinking for a reason.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 94

    Do you know that life continues when you die? I mean, that work you want to stress over or kill yourself for, that responsibility you think you have that won’t let you take a break will still continue when you die. If you died today, your work will be reassigned to someone and life moves on. Do you know that? It’s okay to take a break. I’ve been on a social media break for 4 days now and what bothered me the most was my copywriting class. I didn’t submit the last assignment because of that and was given a new one that is due tomorrow. I didn’t submit the…

  • A lesson each day

    Day 93

    I think it’s amazing how everyone has their own problems that bother them so much that they don’t think about the problems of others. I don’t think it’s selfishness, I think it’s normal. We don’t naturally concern ourselves with the problems of others except it affects us directly or indirectly. We can empathize and try to be concerned but it’s not exactly our project and so it doesn’t bother us the way our own direct problems do. I think it’s quite interesting.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 92

    When you find yourself complaining so much about life, maybe it’s time to count your blessings. It helps bring you back to what really matters.

  • A lesson each day

    Day 91

    Most of the battles we fight (if not all), starts in the mind. Battlefield of the mind is a hard one. Some things are false but we tend to believe that lie presenting itself as truth. Funnily, we don’t know and we struggle to be sane. I really don’t know if I’m making sense but I’ll leave this little piece my sister shared.