Wah, can’t believe I’m a week late blogging about my 2019. Truth to be told, I fell ill a day after Christmas and never felt like my healthy grounded self even until today. There are lingering cough, sore throat, mouth ulcers and stomach discomfort, all which I know are detox symptoms.
Anyway, here’re how my 2019 fare…
This year flew by slowly. The slowest I’ve ever felt in recent decades. It was quite a good year.
I continued where I left off at 2018 in 2019. I dug into my inner world, find out how I operate from the programmings which I downloaded unconsciously (there were lots of fear-based living & thinking), learn to talk to my inner child, learn to listen to my gut/intuition (I’ve got it right quite a few times! It’s usually the first thought that comes up, very positive and tell you straight. If it’s fear-based, then it’s the ego), learn to listen to my body, learn about boundary and implement it, learn to think positively and practice gratefulness.
According to my mind, this year has more downs than ups for me. Perhaps my spirit/soul will beg to differ very strongly. LOL I did some of the things that were scary to me. And while they may or may not yielded any benefits, I know I’ve gained confidence through it. Turns out, there is nothing to be afraid of, only overthinking on minuscule stuff. Yes, I know I’ve talked about it before, and I’m still learning about the overthinking matter. In terms of speed, it’s a moderate year for me. I didn’t find it going by too fast or too slow. Just good enough for me. Is this a good sign then?
How’s my 2017?
I think it was a neutral year for me. Lots of ups, and also lots of downs. And this is what life is all about. 😏 All the hardships and fun days are priceless lessons, especially failures. This year, I spent a large bulk of my time learning who I really am, and why I am the way I am.
2016 have been good to me.
Mmm let me rephrase it: I work hard to make 2016 a good year to live in. At the end of the day, I think I succeeded.
I’m calmer, more positive and have rebounded with new energy. Not all 365 days are bed of roses and I try not to let negativity affect me too badly or deeply. Sometimes it does affect me more than I could handle (I’m only human) and giving myself a pep talk is the best way to bounce back. I’m grateful for all the ups and downs I experienced this year. From it, I learned a lot.
Ahhh how do I start?
2015 is a REALLY tough year for me. I would say it’s the toughest one yet.
On happier things first. I’m glad my family members are healthy. Now dad, if only you can quit smoking!!! Really man. It breaks my heart to see you gambling your life away. I also appreciated the time we spent on our triple family vacations, although on some days things may not be rosy. Weekly grocery shopping is now my thing as I cook more at home. Because of that, I’m more price and quality conscious. Mostly I cook healthy dishes and make salad and juice. Oh yeah! On exercise… well, I think I’m less lazy compare to last year but still have a loooooong way to go.
Girl, I’m so proud of you.
You slowed down the time. Stopping and smelling the roses is fun right?
Yes! A happier year compared to 2013. *I must be doing something right!*
My head is still spiraling with negative thoughts… but at least they are far lesser compared to 2013. I really need to spend more time with positive people!!!