In 2020, don’t date anyone who won’t prioritize you. Don’t date anyone who makes you fight for their attention. Don’t date anyone who makes you feel like you’re not good enough for them. Don’t date anyone who puts in a significantly smaller effort than you do.
I’m slowly learning it’s okay if other people are unable to see how hard I’ve been working. I’m slowly learning my worth doesn’t changed based on what other people think of me. I’m slowly learning I don’t need someone else to congratulate me in order to know I’ve done a good job.
Instead of freaking out about your age and worrying that you’re running out of time to reach certain milestones, you should appreciate the fact that you’re here. You’re alive. You have the potential to keep trying, to keep chasing after your goals, to keep putting down the building blocks to create your ideal life.
Toxic people will make you feel crazy. Like you’re overreacting. Like you’re too emotional for your own good.
The happiest girls work their asses off — but they also recognize when it’s time to take a break, when it’s time to recharge, when it’s time to give themselves a well-needed vacation so they don’t burn out.
Getting engaged means prioritizing someone else. It means valuing their happiness as much as your own.
The way you look at yourself in the mirror shouldn’t change based on whether or not someone else called you pretty that day.
Don’t forget why you walked away from someone toxic. Don’t let yourself walk right back into their world. Don’t give them the chance to hurt you all over again.
It’s better to be single than to get invested in someone toxic.
2020 isn’t the year of perfectionism. It’s the year of persistence. It’s the year where you keep going, even when you feel like giving up on yourself.