You know one of those uncomfortable topics to share and talk about? Well, here it is. One of my deepest secrets it’s out in the world now. I never liked New Year’s Eve and (probably) never will.
New Year’s Eve is not where all magic happens. Magic is in the small moments that happen all year round. Wait for those.
But what makes it so special to you?
I find all the expectations very pressuring, not only that, but also thinking of all that happened in a year. Probably it’s just my life, but it just makes me feel uncomfortable. There’s too much I deserved that I didn’t have, so why focusing so much on thinking about everything that just happened? I know what they say -count your blessings – and trust me, I do. But overall, I am never satisfied 100%. Even if I am a very grateful person, I am just very visual in what I want and what I deserve, and the reality never aligns with that, unfortunately.
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What do you think? Am I being too one sided?
I think we just give too much importance to the end of the year and there’s too much pressure for New Year’s resolutions to take over our life all at once.
So tell me, what do you find most rewarding in celebrating the end of the year? Do you like to dress up and party like it’s the end of the world or do you like something more cozy in the comfort of your home?
I just love to chill and relax with my family, not even waiting for midnight to come (I know it sounds so weird, isn’t it?) but if I fall asleep into deep joyful dreams, oh well, that’s cool enough for me.
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Born in 1988, I had the idea of creating this blog when I moved to London, but I wrote poems and novels since I was small. My main passion is photography and I love anything creative, my favorite style is editorial fashion photography. I regularly express myself through my Instagram feed and you can also follow my journey there.