I saw this somewhere. One thing I miss about college is my senior year when I use to reflect – on pretty much everything. It got me through my last semester. I’m an over-thinker and even worse I’m super prone to negativity (although I may appear happy and approachable on the surface). I hate conflict, I’m a people pleaser, and some times I struggle at reading others (however, a pro at detecting bad vibes). I just want everyone to around me to like me and be happy and I wanna admire that from afar. As you can see, my thoughts are kind of everywhere. Thats why reflection for me is important. Basically, I want to have normal, processed thoughts. I’m hoping to achieve the best version of myself before the year ends and I wish the same for everyone else. I mean, as far as I’m aware it can’t really get any worse at the moment, am I right?
It starts here. And it starts now.
I woke up this morning and decided that I was going to start going to the gym again. I’ve wanted to for like four months now. In a matter of seconds I had a gym membership. A few minutes later I was on my way to the gym. It’s cheesy but very cool how the right mindset can make a difference. Just having that yes mentality towards life has helped me start to achieve my other goals too –
Here are a few of my personal goals that I wrote down: go to therapy (consultation is on Monday). get back into writing music (I got a new computer with amazing software). start going to the gym again (got the gym membership). Eat better (just went grocery shopping). start a blog. s.k.