Blog Tember Challlenge: Day Eleven

Sept 26th: How have you changed in the past year?

This is one of the serious prompts.

I have changed quite a bit and so far, I’m pleased with the changes since they are all positive and I have stopped being the cold witch that people think I am.

Well, not really.

I’m working on it.

I don’t understand why people don’t like me being sarcastic or slightly bitchy at times. If anything I thought they made me more charming.

But anyway, yes I have changed and learnt that:

1. I can’t really live without Nachos.
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2. Anger/rudeness isn’t probably the best way of getting things done.

I have cut down on anger and when somebody does piss me off, I tend to take the higher road by walking away.

Then taking revenge later.

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3. It’s time to stand up for myself

I had always been the sweet, young girl at work who never said no to anyone and did every thing that was asked of her. I needed to stop being that girl because it was killing me.

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4. I needed to love me more

I was growing thinner, not having my required nutrients and taking on more work. I finally hit a point where I realised I couldn’t do it anymore. It was time to let go of other priorities and priorities myself.

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5. I was wrong and House is a fucking genius

I completely underestimated him and the show. It’s my favourite addiction now. How can one person be so fucking talented?

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6. Coffee is my life saver

Mom wanted me to swear off chai. Because it’s unhealthy and has too much caffeine in it.

Instead, I have switched to coffee. Also not healthy and has too much caffeine in it.

But everyone’s happy that I gave up chai.

People are weird.

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Do you think you have changed in the past year? What have you learned? How do you feel about change?

7 thoughts on “Blog Tember Challlenge: Day Eleven

        1. Oops! Yeah, it’s Mexican!
          I love that you actually like another cuisine that’s not your native one. I’m not suggesting or anything but a lot of English people I have met enjoy Pakistani food too. Maybe ‘coz it’s spicy?

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