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As some of you already know, I come from Spain, a really warm country. Growing up I use to hate fall. Autumn automatically meant less sunshine, early nights at home and rain. Lots of rain. As stupid as it sounds, I am literally frightened of earthworms…. So rain means one thing: jiggly earthworms are visible.
As a kid I really disliked this season, but now that I am an adult and I moved to a colder country (dear England) I have forced myself to like autumn, rain and everything else that comes within (except earthworms: I will never enjoy their creepy jiggle).
One of the things that I most like about this season is the cosines. I love a good, warm jumper and a mug of hot chocolate (fun fact: back home I literally hated hot chocolate). I have learned to enjoy early nights at home, light candles on and appreciate my own company.
Inhale, exhale. Breathe.
This season has made me realize that sometimes we are too focused on what we want to achieve that we don’t live in the present moment. We don’t appreciate what is around us, and we get frustrated.
I have made loads of changes in my life recently, and it helped me realise how grateful I am for everything around me. Remember: You will never miss out on what is meant for you. So why not enjoy the journey until we get there? Autumn brings hope and it reminds us that without rain, there won’t be flowers.
Until next time,