365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Past

3.17.19

Day 10

What mistakes have you learned from in the past?

  • How to make better financial decisions with credit card use
  • how important your credit score is when it comes to everyday life 
  • Not to allow family members to take advantage of you financially
  • Being happy with myself truly before involving myself in a long term relationship with someone else
  • Stand up for myself
  • Take risk instead of passing up opportunity due to fear 
  • Make more of an effort to keep in touch with loved ones and friends
  • Don’t do too much all at once — know your limits
  • Don’t change who you are in order for people to like you
  • Don’t be afraid to be honest about your feelings
  • Date someone who brings value to your life, instead of basing things off looks alone
  • There is nothing wrong with being single, no need to rush into a relationship
  • put yourself FIRST
  • Live below my means
  • listen to what someone has to say before deciding to react and then regretting it later
  • Walk away from relationships that hinder, scare, control or makes you feel less than your best
  • choose friends wisely and be cautious of whom you allow in your circle
  • Pray more often because you need help from a higher power more than you know
What are some lessons you have learned from mistakes you have made?

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3 thoughts on “365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Past

  1. Those are some great options that you gave. I have learned plenty of lessons from my life. Most important ones would be that self-care is a must, health should be your main priority, we should eat healthy because if one is fit from within, he’ll be strong from the outside. Another lesson would be that family and friends are your true support system. We should never be greedy or arrogant in anything we do. Staying humble takes you to wonderful places.

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