6 Things from 6 Months at Disney >> JULY

6 Things I've learned from 6 Months at Disney


No Matter How Difficult // No Importa La Dificultad


It has been a month since moving to Orlando, FL, and the first month here was arguably the most challenging. Despite coming here with many friends, the loneliness in my heart had been relentless. I let it overcome all my other emotions, and I let it break me down. But I knew that I was doing it to myself. In an eerie sense, I was watching myself as I inflicted self-torture.

Living alone, cooking for myself, and being independent was something I've never really had the opportunity to do. So being here and having to take care of myself is exciting, but it's still a new routine. It's simply too easy for one to amplify the little problems and create a monster where one never existed. But it's also easy to control such imaginations...and that is what I have learned to do.

       “If you are depressed you are living in the past.
If you are anxious you are living in the future.
If you are at peace you are living in the present.”

― Lao Tzu

Learning to deal with those problems was difficult but it has taught me to pave my own road. And with each challenge, my skin grows thicker. All I know for certain is that I need to continue on through my path and overcome those fears.

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  1. It's great to hear girl :) go on!
    Noor @ Noor's Place

  2. omg I totally agree with that quote!!! yeah over the years I feel things come and go, no need to be depressed and anxious even though sometimes I still get depressed and anxious! living on your own can be lonely for sure but it's also nice to have peace and quiet on those tiring nights! Good luck hun!

  3. What a beautiful and honest quote. Moving is always so hard, but I have faith in you. Keep fighting on! You seem to be in a good place :)

    fashion and tea

  4. There's something empowering about doing stuff on your own and I hope you're getting experience that. You go girl!

  5. I totally can relate- I'm from Miami but moved 10-hours away for college. Initially, I was excited. Nervous, but excited nonetheless. Then a few weeks in, loneliness came about and I felt so helpless. Thankfully with time I managed to get out of the rut. Although I still miss home from time to time, I'm far better than before. Many lessons learned.



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