4 Things I’ve Learned In My 20s.

Planning is a waste of time

The best things in life are always unexpected.

There’s already a plan in place, and if you just live your life free without worrying about what may or may not happen, things will happen naturally as they are meant to.

Planning for the future usually leads to more disappointment. Let yourself be surprised and enjoy the flow of things. This can easily reduce stress because planning out every detail always creates anxiety.

People are always judging 

Most of the time it’s unintentional. We see appearance before anything else. And we have a tendency of assuming things before knowing all the facts. It’s a quality we all carry. However, you shouldn’t let that influence your thoughts, attitude, or opinions about things or people you don’t know. Just because you don’t understand it, doesn’t mean its wrong.

Growth is a process

You are not the same person you were a couple months ago, a year ago or even a week ago. We are figuring things out as we go, screwing and fixing the things we touch. It’s an organic and timely process of failing, learning and evolving. Real growth isn’t measured by what you can see, it’s an internal feeling only you can experience within yourself.

Negative thoughts will ruin your life 

Stop over thinking because it will only make you suffer. Holding onto negative thoughts will make you doubt yourself, and stop you from achieving your goals and dreams.

It will affect your attitude and behavior and everything else for that matter. Be mindful of your thoughts and feelings so you can find replace them with things you want.

Instead of thinking failure, think success. Rather than thinking about how lazy you feel, think about movement and how good you will feel if you let your body sweat. Your life will change the moment you stop thinking, and start doing.

Stay Growing

Personal Lifestyle blogger passionate about growth and self-improvement.

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