This post is coming to you a little over a month late, but it is still relevant so here we go! I turned 23 on May 8th and I have this weird feeling from it--I don't feel old but I also don't feel young. This is just such a weird age, haha! Whenever my birthday rolls around I really try to sit and reflect on my life and where I see myself in the next year. I like to set new goals and this year I even started a "mood board" in my Vision Journal from Erin Condren. It helps me to calm any anxieties I have about being a year older and helps me set achievable goals for myself.
I also like to reflect on all the positives in my life and what I have to be grateful for. I think especially with where the world is at today, it is very easy to get anxious and have negative thoughts. Like I shared with you all in a previous post, quarantine has been rough on me since I am diagnosed with anxiety. I find myself with a lot more time on my hands aka more time to over think. But that lent itself to be a new goal for me! I wanted to curve my anxiety by every morning when I wake up doing a morning routine which includes journaling now and noting three things I am extra grateful for. I am going to go into this in more detail in an upcoming blog post.
22 was an amazing year for me. I advanced in my career and gained incredible job experience. I relaunched it's a pashion and have reawakened my love for writing. I have made major improvements with my anxiety. I achieved a healthy A1C (type one diabetes goals, haha!) Eric and I celebrated our one year anniversary together. I shared lots of fun times together with Eric and my family. Eric and I took multiple trips including: Disney World (duh!), Saint Augustine to visit my cousins, Lake Como, Italy where we celebrated the new year, Captiva with my family, and Universal + Islands of Adventure. There are so many others I am grateful for but these were some of the highlights! I can't wait to see what 23 has in store for me and I can't wait to share it all with you! Stay happy my readers!
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