2013 is over, yet all the things that happened that year feel like they happened yesterday. Those memories include the good stuff and those that frustrated me. But I guess one lesson that I took from that year is that I should learn to accept things that I have no control of as facts, and that I should instead deal with things that I can change for my benefit.
It was that year that I decided to try living life on my own for a change; it began when I sort of started living independently, staying in Sta. Ana. Some aspects of my daily routine changed while some habits stayed, but the sure thing is I became less frustrated. My internet connection is another issue, though.
And speaking of trying to own my life, I enrolled myself in a six-month life coaching session. To be honest, I was apprehensive to the thought, because my pride was huge enough to say that I could handle things on my own, but with the way I dealt with things back then, it obviously wasn't true. It took me a lot of resolve to finally decide that I would do it.
I started it just last December, and after a month, the changes started to appear. But let me first skip this part and recall some of my other life events last year.