Sunday, 21 February 2016

15 lessons I learned in 2015

2015 was a big year for me, I pushed myself a lot and ended up learning so much about myself, other people and (as clique as it sounds,) the world. After reading the brilliant Rhianna's '15 things I learned in 2015', I was inspired to write my own post about lessons I had learned throughout the year. As I said, I grew a lot as a person so it was hard to get it my list down to just 15, but here they are:

1. Your dissertation may feel like the most painful thing to research and write but you will never feel as proud as the day that you finally hold the finished piece of work in your hands.

2. People you never thought could hurt you will in ways you never expected and worse than you ever expected.

3. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger (see above)

4. Keeping in touch with long-distance friends should be natural

5. Graduation is the most enjoyable day of dress-up, ever.

6. Fictional characters will break your heart

7. Travelling around Europe with a bunch of strangers leads to making friends for life and fantastic memories

8. Deciding what to do after finishing Uni is extremely daunting

9. Having a best friend who lives in Sydney is highly inconvenient

10. Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone can only lead to amazing things.

11. Nothing beats Italian Gelato

12. Not everyone understands that we don't all have money trees.

13. Getting a full-time job, even if it's not the right job, can make you grow in a way you never expected.

14. Vampire TV shows are surprisingly great.

15. There ain't no party like an S Club party

Undoubtedly sure I will learn even more lessons in 2016.


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  1. I wholeheartedly agree with the last point, ha!

    I have been traveling where I've met strangers and had a fabfabFAB time with them. We still keep in touch"



  2. Looking back, I wish I had of made a bigger deal of my graduation. I just wanted it to be over with. But, it's such a big achievement.


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