All through 2015 I’ve been complaining.. that 2014 had been better. Yea.. I know I’ve been rude to you 2015. (I hate being compared myself 😛 )
So time to be grateful to you 2015:
1. + 2
I began the year with a huge void with my sister moving out after marriage. We do think nothing is going to change but it’s just like those promises we made to our school/college pals on farewell day.. Being in touch after all isn’t all that easy.. that spark fades a little each passing day. And here’s the part that I hate to admit.. I did get a bit lonely sans her.
The universe has always comforted me during my down times in unanticipated ways, I got two amazing new friends (I’d like to add a few more adjectives, but i know they’d be reading this.. and I don’t want you guys to be on “channe ka jaad”(gloating) 😛 ), matched my frequency with them and voila! – Its just that you have an inch more confidence in some bonds and you like to proudly flaunt it.
2. Self Help books
There is nothing wrong in finding solace in a self help book. We all have those lazy mornings, getting your lazy bum off that cozy soft bed is one pretty hard task and if you’ve somehow managed to break through the morning-bed spell, convincing yourself to get ready for work is the next level of difficulty that is thrown right at your face.
Somehow self help books manage to charge me up. Thank you 2015 for this little discovery.
3. added 10 kilos to my 2014 size.
While almost everyone around me whines for the same reason, I do not. I love food and like my mother phrases it – “You can have anything that would not turn around to bite you” 😛
This is the one area I might have spend most of my fortune on and I have no regrets. 😀 (Just the part that my old clothes no longer adjusts into my new body aches me :P)
4. Un-Cold myself
I’ve been cold- in the sense that its hard to break me into tears. Through my 4 years of engineering the only time I reached a point near to tears was when I lost all my files a week before submission. Well that is not the case anymore.
Not a tad proud of this part and I hope my 2016 confession list will have a bullet about me shedding away this trait.
5. And lastly a pat for self improvement –
Last year marked a remarkable improvement work wise. Having missed the phenomenal part of my training I did lose hope that I’d ever be fine at what I do. But with some backing of the 2 I mentioned about in the start, I managed to shake that “amateurish” dust off me.
2016. I’m prepared for you. Bring it on.