You want to get better at expressing your emotions. You want to stop holding so much of yourself inside and become comfortable showing your real, unfiltered self to the people you love.
You want to get better at putting yourself out there when it comes to dating. You want to start making the first move, making introductions, and making it clear when you have feelings for someone.
You want to get better at keeping in contact with people. You don’t want to lose touch with the friends you made years ago, the friends who you still value but don’t have the chance to see very often.
You want to get better at saying no and asking for what you want. You want to put aside your people-pleasing nature and stop settling for less than you deserve in your friendships, workplace, and relationships.
You want to get better at admitting your mistakes. You want to stop being so stubborn all the time and learn to accept when you’re wrong instead of blaming everyone around you. You want to become okay with the fact you’re not actually perfect.
You want to get better at recognizing signs of burnout. You want to avoid putting too much on your plate at once. You want to build a healthier work/life balance so you’re not always so exhausted.
You want to get better at your passions. You want to set aside more time to work toward your dreams instead of getting distracted by more materialistic goals. You want to think with your heart over your head.
You want to get better at handling conflict. You don’t want to laugh off your problems or avoid people who have been bothering you. You want to learn how to stand up for yourself and speak your mind so you stop getting walked over.
You want to get better at enjoying the moment. You want to stop putting so much energy into worrying about what might happen tomorrow and what already happened yesterday. You want to live in the present.
You want to get better at making connections and building long-lasting friendships. You want to stop isolating yourself and pushing others away because it’s easier to be alone.
You want to get better at showing your vulnerable side. You want to say those three little words more. You want to tell everyone how much they mean to you instead of assuming they already know how you feel.
You want to get better at controlling your temper. You don’t want to lash out whenever you’re upset. You want to take the time to process your emotions and decide how to handle them instead of saying the first thing that pops into your head.