Knowing how to navigate through life isn’t something we’re born with. Sure, it’s involuntary that we know how to breathe and see and the fact that we need to drink and eat, but there’s a lot more you need to learn along the way too. And we can feel a bit stupid and silly from time to time, even when we’re fully grown adults.
Sometimes we have to educate ourselves, and thankfully, there are a lot of little lessons we learn on a regular, daily basis. After all, the longer we live our lives, the more experience and knowledge we gather, even from the smallest occasions and occurrences throughout the day.
The Way People Love Us
We all show love in our own little ways, and when you think about, the people around you have a lot of different ways to tell you how much they care. Your partner might bring home flowers on a regular basis, or do the dishes even after a long day of work when you weren't feeling up to washing them yourself.
If you let yourself take the time to notice these acts, you’ll soon be able to realise just how loved you truly are, and you’ll be shown this time and time again throughout the weeks.
Our Physical and Mental Limits
We all have them, and we all have different limits – if you get to know just how far you can push yourself, in terms of activity and thought, the better. And when you’re living an active and healthy life, you get to know just how far you can go with whatever life throws at you!
Obviously, our limits depend on the way we live. If you need to check into an addiction treatment center, you won’t have the same time in the day to get things done compared to someone who spends a lot of time at home. Or if you’re someone who doesn’t hit the gym at all, you won’t be able to run for as long as a full-time runner, for example. But you will get to know just how far you can push yourself at the start of your workout routine, and that’ll make the whole process a lot more beneficial to you. You’ll be able to see just how far you’ve come 3 months down the line!
What We Love and What That Makes Us
Your hobbies say a lot about who you are – if you like to play the guitar, you’re a free-flowing, creative kind of person. If you like to knit and sew, you love to use your hands, and you prioritize comfort above all else. But most of all, committing to a hobby in the long term helps to prove how much of a dedicated and passionate person you are – remember that when your self-esteem dips low.
There are all kinds of lessons throughout the days ahead. Pay attention to them, and learn a few more things about yourself.