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3 Ways I Grew as a Person in 2021

The journey is never ending. There’s always gonna be growth, improvement, adversity; you just gotta take it all in and do what’s right, continue to grow, continue to live in the moment.

Hey loves! What’s up! The end of the year is just around the corner and the new year is fast approaching. At this time of year, it is usually a good idea to reflect on the year that’s just ended. Have you grown as a person? Did you achieve the goals that you began working on at the beginning of the year!? Have you made any moves that will make yourself from the past proud? We’re getting closer to closing a chapter in the book of life and I wanted to share five things that I feel represent growth this year. So many big things have happened in my life this year and a lot of them were for the good. A lot of them started with me changing my outlook and my behavior. So if you were interested in hearing my story, continue reading!💕

I Want to Understand People

It is common for people to do things for a reason, whether it is for good or for bad. Understanding that it’s just a projection of what people experience has been important to me. Usually, when someone treats you a certain way, their actions are a reflection of their self-esteem.

It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.


I have forgiven alot of people

My mind will not allow people to live rent-free any longer. In that respect, I forgive them. People who owe me an apology should feel free to come back and provide one to me if they wish. Unfortunately, they have no idea I have moved on.

Learing to control my facial expressions

One of my coworkers and I were talking, and I think we benefit from each other’s honesty. Despite the fact that I don’t speak, she told me my face reflects how I’m feeling about someone or a situation. And it can be offensive. That’s why I’ve been trying to fix the problem.

“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” — George Bernhard Shaw.

I am so Proud of Myself

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