The past can’t be changed. With that being said, the future can be.
With so much extra time spent at home, we have more time to make progress towards building a life that we are truly proud of.
Journaling can help you become aware of how you’re feeling, bring to light the problems eating away at you, and also give you a creative space to work through your overwhelm in a positive, uplifting way.
The people around us shape us and mold us into who we are. If you aren’t spending enough time with positive, light-hearted, and uplifting individuals, then your life won’t feel as fulfilling and as effortless as it could be.
Instead of looking to blame or point the finger at what the problem was (or who the problem was, for that matter), instead look to garner a greater understanding of what happened and why the relationship ended.
When you’re in your 20s, your priority should be to set yourself up on a path that you will wholeheartedly love and thrive in.
Ironically, it’s when we realize that we don’t need our goal that we usually achieve our wildest dreams.
If you’re feeling off, remember that you are on the right track.