Doing what is best for you, some times might be even harder than you could imagine, even if you know it is for your best interest.
Lately, during bedtime, I was structuring the next day in my mind and said to myself what he will do the next day. From the 20 things I was telling myself that he had to do the next day, I would be lucky if I did 5 of them.
Well, this mocking of my own self had to stop, so I implemented another weapon. A hand written list. I write about 15-20 things every day of what I have to do the next day and stick it on the board in my bedroom. So far this works. For a week now I have been sticking to my list and see myself going to bed each day more satisfied and more fulfilled.
So, if there is one thing you must do, is don’t fool yourself and don’t look for excuses. Make your list and stick to it.
I feel that the last three years have been a cycle of falling down and getting up again for me.
There have been periods that I felt unfathomably miserable, like a worthless piece of scrap hidden under a ton of other scraps in a random area of the junkyard.
Those are the periods that I feel like I have not done anything with my life and I am doomed to live a life of mediocrity with no purpose and no meaning.
And then the good angel kicks the doors of my mind wide open.
Continue reading Falling down and getting up again
There are many things that can make a person unleash their inner creativity and be more productive.
Mine have always been rainstorms and thunderstorms. With every drop of rain splashing on the ceiling and reaching my ears a new word finds its place on a sheet of paper. Continue reading Rainstorms and a cup of coffee