“Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”
The year gone past was one of the most beautiful years if I would like to think so. I can also call it as an year full of obstacles.
The best of 2018
Even though I achieved a lot more and you have also been witnessing my progress over the year, I want to call out on my favourites.
This had been a dream of mine since forever. I made this dream come true by writing a book in 15 days and publishing it on my birthday. It was not only the best birthday gift I ever gave myself but it also gave me a new confidence in life.
Back in TamilNadu, I often felt that I didn’t know enough Tamil. Once I moved to Karnataka, I realised that I automatically speak in Tamil and not my mother tongue when conversing with locals. It was definitely a proud moment to start thinking in a new language.
I experienced the true charm of meditation in the second half of this year. I had been happier and attracting my luck by staying positive through meditation.
I never knew that I could be good at photography. This new hobby helped me discover my creativity and taught me that you will never know what you are good at unless you try it.
The worst of 2018
Even though I read a lot of books, I could not make notes and write reviews for them. Whatever I learnt is sort of lost in air right now. Also, I didn’t track properly all the books I was reading. This makes it difficult today to actually measure how many books I read in the past one year.
My exercise routine went to dogs. I put on close to 7 kgs this year which is even more depressing. If not for anything else in the next year, I want to lose weight and become fit again.
What are the highlights of your 2018? What goals for 2019?
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