March 1, is this year’s “day of change”. I call it as such because every year, I have this strong urge to change some things, whether it’s my blog’s domain name or how my room looks like. This is the time I would visit all of my online accounts, both active and inactive, and update or delete them. At some point, I even make new accounts just to satisfy my obsessive compulsive trait. This is the time where I de-clutter my life.
I’ve been feeling positive lately and I partly owe it to the endless source of inspiration I see on Pinterest and from watching or reading classical literature. I recently saw Breakfast at Tiffany’s and I couldn’t help but fall in love with Audrey Hepburn’s wit and charm. She is so gorgeous and such a sweetheart, no wonder she’s a famous icon. I’m also reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and once I’m done, I’ll watch the 1939 film starring Judy Garland (I’ve seen that film when I was still in OBMCI).
This has nothing to do with my post but I just want to leave this:
It’s better to lose a fight if you know yourself that the reward is not even worth fighting for. Winning may give you glory but it doesn’t guarantee that it’ll make you a better or bigger person.
It’s a lesson I’ve learned during my term break while faced with a personal problem. I thought it’s a nice lesson to share since we all have our battles but we have to know which ones are worth it.