and the list goes on.
Those terms seem very familiar these days, right?
Especially when in this high tech era, we can see others' and share our own personal lives on social medias.
I often use this kind of terms too whenever I see a pic of someone pretty / a couple looking very great to each other or anything else.
But, suddenly I have a thought.
Are those terms good or necessary?
Well, maybe depends on your actions.
It might create a mindset where those #goals as the common "standard" to the society.
For example, a #bodygoal is a body with big boobs, booty, and flat abs.
Where on the other side,
Remember that each of us has our own uniqueness, our own plus and minus, and we're all incomparable to anyone else.
I don't want the common standards of #lifegoal #bodygoal #couplegoal #blalablagoal make people think that they should be that way too in order to be happy and liked or accepted by others.
I want everyone (including me) to define our own happiness from our heart, not from what we think we should be.
I don't need to be like anybody else to be happy. I don't need to have a castle-like house, a fine dining everyday, nor a super beautiful face & body to be happy. Simple things like eating my favorite food, being lazy in my tiny yet cozy bedroom, having a good talk with my parents, and a fun hang out with my friends can truly make me happy. My life is just perfectly imperfect as it is. I'm working on my own dreams in life.
Create your own #GOALS that truly come from your heart.