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Happy Fall!

Hello everyone! Fall is already here, which seems crazy. I can’t believe it’s October! Does anyone else feel like summer sped by? Lately I’ve been looking for some kind of fall-inspired blog to write. I entertained the idea of trying “Blogtober” (posting a blog every day for the month of October), but I decided for now I should just focus on posting once a week. Who knows, maybe I can work up to doing Blogmas in December! Anyway, I stumbled upon gojenbefit’s blog and decided it was the perfect fall-inspired article for me. Go read her’s if you haven’t already!

Now that we are all back here after taking a look at Jen’s blog, I will dive into my three words for fall. The words I chose are all words that I want to embody for the rest of 2015. I think that having these words in mind will help drive me forward to reach my goals and be happier this fall season.

Confidence

I chose this as my first word because it is something that I am constantly working towards. I think you can all probably relate when I say I don’t think I will ever be able to achieve 100% confidence. We all have our own self doubts and fears. However, I do want to focus on believing in myself more this fall because I think that it will allow me to achieve a lot of the things I have been wanting, such as finding a job.

Bravery

Like ‘confidence’, this word is something that I have been working to improve for as long as I can remember. I tend to be someone who doesn’t like taking risks. I like to play it safe and do things that I am comfortable with. But this fall I want to work on getting outside my comfort zone a bit, whether that means trying a new restaurant or making an effort to meet new people.

Positivity

I consider myself to be a very positive person in general, but it is still something that I am always working on. It’s very easy to get discouraged when things don’t go the way you want them to, but staying optimistic and looking at the bright side of the situation is always the best route to take. And positivity can put a smile on not just your face, but the people around you as well! 🙂

I challenge all of you to choose three words that will guide you through this fall season. I would love to hear what your words are, so let me know in the comments if you decide to write a blog about it! Or just write your three words in the comments so we can all compare!

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7 thoughts on “Happy Fall!

  1. Yay shells – I am sure you will be confident, brave, and positive! This fall I want to be reflective, spontaneous, and achieving. I would take the time to write a blog about it but sadly I have to write a paper!

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  2. I like that you’ve set a reasonable goal for yourself and have thought through them. I too am working on becoming more confident by sharing my thoughts by speaking rather than typing. Lately I have been taking more risks, in regards to bravery. During the summer I was so bored and ready for a new experience in life. That is why I was so eager to go to college and do things I would have never done before. As for positivity, I try to stay in friend groups who have a common interest in personal feelings such as my own. My longterm goal is to help at least one person who is struggling through life to stay rational, conscious, and positive–and that will make me happy. 🙂

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    1. Congratulations on going to college and branching out! And that is an awesome long term goal. Helping others is a great thing to do and makes you feel better about yourself, which never hurts. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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