About How To Learn From Your Mistakes
Made In The Past
We can all learn from past mistakes – or at least, we should. There are some things that you have to go through again and again before realising that they’re not good for you; others creep up on you over time and some are instant regrets.
You should always think long and hard about something that is going to be permanent upon your body, and the implications that this mark could have on your future.
Something that may have been on trend when you were younger can grow to be something that you despise as time goes on, but laser tattoo removal is now becoming more common and affordable as an option to rub away the drawings that you no longer want to see.
These people are probably harder to remove than a bad tattoo. Cutting yourself off completely from another human being is a difficult thing to do, especially if they have been a big part of your life. If you are spending your life feeling guilty at doing simple things like going out with another group of friends, having to explain yourself to somebody and apologise for behaviour that wasn’t out of character or necessarily bad, or are constantly having feelings of anxiety about them, then they are not good for you. It is a hard thing to do, but getting rid of toxic friends can turn out to be a blessing when these feelings subside.
Missed Subjects & Courses
Have you ever looked back on your life and thought “I wish I had taken X subject at school” or gone in a completely different direction with your career? It’s not too late to change, no matter how old you are. There are free distance learning courses available online, and some schools and colleges offer night classes for you to be able to go and take on a subject that you enjoy. They may incur a charge, but this is, unfortunately, the price that you have to pay. With the change in attitude, life and having to part with cash, it is a step towards ensuring that you are focused on the course at hand and will engage with it more so than you would have done back in your school days.
The great thing about piercings is that they can heal over, with the length of the heal depending on your skin type and how fresh your piercing is, and some may disappear completely. If it doesn’t go, most can be hidden – ear piercings are the easiest to hide with longer hair – or concealed with clothing, i.e. belly button piercings.
Having a piercing doesn’t have the same impact as a tattoo, and employers are more likely to be adverse to the body ink than the piercing, but it all depends on where it is placed and how obvious it is. For example, most offices will allow ear piercing studs but not big, dangly earrings, although it all depends on where you work. Make sure that any future piercings are well thought over.
What do you regret today? Is there anything you would do differently if you had the chance again, anything you’d love to get rid off?
Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, just be afraid of not learning from them!
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so far Klaudia