I think that everybody has this one trait in themselves that they're quite proud of and mine is the fact that I don't judge people at all. I'm not being all full of myself or anything by acting like I'm some really kind, wholesome person because I really am not haha, I have a lot of faults with my personality too. But I just like the fact that I don't judge people and I'm going to talk about that .
I'm fifteen in a week and I think this is the age where you decide what kind of person you want to be, what kind of lifestyle you want to lead and what you believe in. I've realised that I want to be very free spirited (I don't know if that's the right phrase to use) and very positive and very accepting. I want to try a lot of things, I want to meet a lot of people, I want to be independent, I want to always be busy and I want to always be open minded. Part of being open minded is not judging people.
I think part of the reasoning behind that is because I don't want to be judged myself. I like a few controversial things, whether it's music or what I wear or what makeup I use, somebody is going to judge me. It's just not nice to be judged. It's not nice to feel like you can't do what you want to do because somebody else isn't going to like it and because they might talk about it. I don't want to be the person who is making somebody feel bad for enjoying a certain thing.
I mean, it is kinda weird, but I like to sit on my windowsill in my room. I really don't know why, I know it must look kind of weird, I just like it there, it's just a nice place for me to sit by myself (I have an older brother who I desperately need to get away from sometimes haha!). Anyway, earlier today, there I was, sitting on my windowsill, enjoying some FunForLouis vlogs just like every day when I notice this elderly couple in their garden staring at me. I tried to ignore them but I could literally hear them saying to each other "she's gonna fall" which was kind of funny but still, also a bit offputting. In this case, I did get off the windowsill because I don't care what you say, being judged by the elderly couple across the road is a bit strange. But that wasn't good. I should have stayed there. I was enjoying it, I shouldn't have let other people determine what I do with my time.
Not everybody is open minded, people are going to judge you. We can't really stop that, that's just how a lot of people are, but the key is not caring. If it makes you happy then just do it. Life's too short.Wouldn't life be a lot easier if you didn't have to be scared of people talking about what you enjoy in a negative light?