5 THINGS I LEARNED IN 2020 | RECAP

 



With this year winding down I wanted to take some time and write out 5 things I learned this year.


1. STOCK UP ON HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

As we all know things were kind of wild at the beginning of the year or around there and honestly having back ups of things you use daily is a lesson learned. My rule now is if I go to the store to buy something I will always buy 2, just in case and to always have an extra. Whether is toilet paper, toothpaste, soap. Keep extras in your house because you never know. And of course a nice stock pile of food is always good to have in any emergency!


2. STAY CONSISTENT IN YOUR PASSION

If you have a dream or a passion you love. Never quit, continue every single day. grow and build on that passion. We people say consistency is key, well they are telling the truth to an extent. Staying consistent in a job, career or just a hobby. You will continue to grow and become better and better. We are all here for a reason and we all have something to offer in this world. It doesn't matter is 100 people do the same thing. When its your passion you may do it slightly different and make it yours. 


3. VITAMINS ARE AN ESSENTIAL PART OF YOUR HEALTH

I had the best hair growth this year. I was taking prenatal vitamins when I had my son and my hair was so healthy and shiny even after I dyed it. I felt like I had so much more energy and my nails didn't feel brittle and weak. So I would definitely suggest adding a daily vitamin to your health for all of those nutrients we just don't get on a daily basis.


4. NOTHING IN LIFE IS GOING TO BE PERFECT AND THATS OK

This one is so so true. I've have always struggled with wanting this to go perfect or be right. I wouldn't upload a picture if I found one thing I didn't like I was very critical but honestly who cares. This is life, we live we learn we grow and nothing is ever going to be perfect and that's ok


5. SELF CARE IS THE BEST CARE

I have to say I always knew self care was important but there is physical and mental heath care and both need to be maintained and groomed like anything else in your life. Honestly mental health is probably the MOST important. You always have to make sure your mind is prepared for anything in life and that you can handle anything life throws at you. So constantly checking on your mental health is essential. As well as physically taking care of yourself though food, exercise or body treatments like massages, facials etc. Take care of yourself first and always. 




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