Bawse Values


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“A Bawse knows that values need to be upheld even during the most difficult the most difficult and stressful situations.” – Lilly Singh  

I feel like I’ve had a lot of difficult situations, but it doesn’t seem like much. I have a bunch of values, that mostly surround my dreams for plans & my goals for life. Mainly, those difficult situations made me who I am today. I’ve become stronger & tougher. I need to work on being more courageous than I already am.

I’ve been told that my own goals for life, my dreams for plans are not realistic. However, it’s impossible for them, not for me. What they said is not included in their “reality” & doesn’t fit to their lifestyle. Their version of what’s “realistic” is not for me & I only fit my realm of my lifestyle. Everyone has their own version of what’s “realistic” & what’s not. Everyone has their own idea of what reality should be. I’m not “everyone” & I don’t have to prove that anyone.  

In my own stressful moments in life, I have learned to meditate & calm down & to do yoga. Listening to music usually calms me down. When things do not go my way or when I need it to go my way in order to further my dreams for plans, I stress out. I don’t think, “something better is coming,” “something better is in store for me,”  or “God has something else planned for me.” I think that this should not be happening because I’ve been wanting this for the longest time I have ever wanted anything in my life. I don’t comprehend why it would happen to me….again. it doesn’t make sense. For someone like me to want her dreams to come to fruition, to depart her comfort zones for good, to be able to live life selfishly in her 20s & travel, that’s what should be happening. When things like this happen, usually I pray for better.

This post is inspired by Lilly Singh’s book, “How to be a Bawse.” I am doing a #90DayChallenge for myself that presents what I have learned from her book. 

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