20 Things About 2020 We're Looking Forward Saying 'Thank U, Next' To
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20 Things About 2020 We're Looking Forward Saying 'Thank U, Next' To

I can't wait to meet, 2021!

20 Things About 2020 We're Looking Forward Saying 'Thank U, Next' To

Looking at this year, it has been filled with so many ups and downs for not only myself but everyone around the world. I have seen some of the most amazing things happen in people's lives this year, and have seen my friends and community going through the most terrible experiences as well. This year has not been an easy year by any means.

I have been struggling with some of the toughest times with myself, my friends, and my family. Not only that, but we, as a nation, have a lot of changes to make and learning to do. With that being said, I know there must be an endless list of things you guys want to leave in 2020. These are some things I have considered to be on my "Leave in 2020" list.

1. Insecurities and self-doubt. 

2. Living without balance

3. Carrying needless guilt

4. Making mountains out of molehills

5. Holding onto toxic relationships

6. Waiting for "the perfect time"

7. Lack of discipline

8. Poor time management 

9. Living in the past

10. Overthinking

11. Spending too much time attached to my phone

12. Living in discontentment

13. Making excuses

14. Being selfish

15. Resentments

16. Comparisons

17. The need to be right

18. Being stubborn

19. Giving into negativity


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