I always write about the small anecdotes of my life; I take one small, sometimes sad, situation, blow it up and attempt to analyze it to the best of my young years. I wonder sometimes what my blog would be like if I hadn't experienced some of these situations: probably dry, uninteresting and I'd have even less to blog about than I already do.
Erin suggested blogging about the value of life experiences...and I have to say, I don't know where I'd be today without some of the lessons I've learned from different experiences: some terrible, wonderful, painful, joyful or some I always considered unimportant. But without experiencing some rejections, failures, successes and triumphs, I know for a fact I wouldn't be this constantly changing person (that I'm starting to really like.) Think about all the experiences you've had in your life: how you lost your first tooth, when your sibling was born, when your parents divorced, when you realized your passion in life, or when you got your driver's license. Do you remember these things? How did they affect you?
Even if they are not the fondest of memories, you always carry them with you. So how much value do you put on these experiences? What have been some of your most valuable experiences as of now? And what lessons have you learned?
Have a beautiful weekend, everyone!
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