As I transitioned into another culture, I’ve been leaving myself more unsure in order to accept the fact that that may be how things are here. I’ve talked about the struggle to be myself and the balance between these two lines, albeit this post was more of a tangential subject.
So, what better way to remind myself of who I am by doing the “I believe” that Stephanie over at Be So Happy recently did.
- There are no bad experiences, only good ones and funny ones.
- In learning how to be alone and independent, which doesn’t necessarily correlate with loneliness. On that note, loneliness is either a result of FOMO or inaction in something YOU CAN FIX.
- In laughing. A lot. That the best bonds are forged through laughter.
- Pets are the best thing you can invest in for happiness.
- People who can laugh at themselves are better people.
- There is no endpoint or ceiling for happiness.
- In sometimes finding a solution to problems in food.
- Regardless of where you are, the people you meet and experiences you have are the most important.
- In doing your own thing and going against the grain because only you know what’s best for you.
- You can dislike a person, but never completely cut them off or demonstrate your dislike to the point of no return. You never know when they will come in handy.
- When presented with a good-food opportunity, pounce. Doesn’t matter that pile of goop is bad for you, go for it.
- Same with experiences.
What do you believe?