We have all done it: wasting time instead of spending time. Doing nothing, while physically easier than putting in effort, always results in a heavy feeling in the pit of the procrastinator’s stomach. For me, it has been a year of changes – of course, for some of us, even the biggest accomplishments can feel no more profound than pouring that next cup of coffee.
I’ve made strides that I’m proud of, and I hope you have too. It’s in our nature to belittle our own accomplishments, when you feel that nothing you do will ever be good enough. It is good enough, and to the kind outsider, even your smallest hurdles leapt are nothing more than hurdles leapt – positive people don’t quantify other people’s efforts, and you shouldn’t do it to yourself, either.
I started this blog to begin my journey into doing what I want to do, and expressing myself freely – to shed silly insecurities with no motive other than sharing my experience with a few readers.
Thank you for visiting, I hope you find something to enjoy!