Happy 2018!

Happy 2018! As I reflect back on 2017, it becomes evident that 2017 was definitely not my best year. I struggled in different ways — personally and professionally. 2017 also had a lot of transitions, which are inevitably hard for everyone. Through the various struggles, I also had some of my best moments! I realized a lot about my friendships and made amazing memories with the real ones. I accomplished a lot in terms of my philanthropic side towards the cancer community. I was able to bond more with my family friends and family members, which made my heart so incredibly warm. The professional side of my life is where I struggled the most. I always try to see the best in every situation, and this situation made me realize what I really want in my life and what I really want to prioritize. I have grown so much in 2017 and cannot wait to see what 2018 has in store for me! I am so glad everything happened the way it did because it gave me motivation for my 2018 goals:

  • I am going to focus on my real friends that bring out the best in me — I’m all about quality over quantity and strengthening the friendships I have, within my family too
  • Compassion is very important to me — I’m going to show myself compassion and stop being so hard on myself and put my happiness first
  • I plan on seeing the best in everyone and everything — I often jump to the worst conclusions possible. This may stem from the adversity I faced when losing my dad because now I think everything (and everyone) has a bad ending. I’m changing my mindset to seeing the best in everyone
  • In 2017 I fell in love with yoga and spin class and in 2018, I want to continue attending classes regularly and build my core strenth
  • Travel is something that I value, but it was so hard to fit it in and budget for it while being a student. This year, I want to try my best to see new parts of the world with the people I love the most

I cannot wait for 2018! Here are some highlights from 2017:


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