It’s time for some self-improvement: Weekly Journal edition.

My love for weekly journals has grown tremendous; however, I haven’t been able to write them as often as I’d like since my grad classes have started. Nonetheless, I have great journals for you to read from a few weeks ago, so please feel free to explore them.

For this week’s weekly journal I decided to focus on self-improvement.

Sidenote: I’m writing this as I wait for my financial forecasting class to begin, so I do apologize if it’s a little shorter than usual.

Weekly Journal: Self-Improvement
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As much as we think we know everything, we’re far from it. Sometimes we don’t like to admit it because it might come off as a sign of weakness, but I have a lot of improvement to make. There’s a lot of things I have to improve on from my mindset to my health.

I used to be ashamed to admit that I don’t have it all together. I’m only 24 years old, but no matter how old you are there’s always room for self-improvement. We look for our strengths as motivation, which is amazing, but sometimes we do a little too much and believe that we don’t need to improve in those areas.

There’s nothing wrong with looking for ways to glow. You become a better human being for yourself and those around you when you feel your best. We all love to look our best, but when you actually feel it, you start to glow as a person.

So this week, that’s my main focus and it’ll also be the topic of my next 21ninety article.

Feel free to read last week’s 21 Ninety article about chasing your dreams.

For Sheen Magazine, last week I wrote an article about a female artist, Melky Jean.

4 Replies to “Weekly Journal: Self-Improvement”

    1. I believe it’s a combination of being bold, having confidence and the ability to self reflect. It took me a while to accept that I still have a lot to learn in my life, but it shouldn’t be seen as something negative.

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  1. Oh yeah, we should always seek the growth mindset and keep looking for ways to improve, but that requires us to first admit that we don’t know anything. Great points here. Thanks for sharing!

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