Talking a bit about living with a lack of structure and trying to follow your purpose. Read here if you've ever dealt with writer's block, boredom, or feeling like your work doesn't have value.
Regret is a very tough emotion to deal with. It's one of those negative feelings that makes you second guess every one of your decisions. At the end of the day, we have to trust ourselves in our choices and forgive ourselves for our mistakes. There's a huge difference between letting go and looking back. We need to focus our time, energy, and heart into the things that make us happy, healthy, and whole.
I can totally understand why people don’t like mornings, even though I don’t subscribe to that way of thinking anymore. If you work pretty much every day, or go to school, chances are that’s where you’re heading shortly after you wake up. It isn’t as pleasant as, say, waking up on Christmas morning, or the day you’re leaving for your tropical beach vacation. That may be why a lot of people hate dragging themselves out of bed in the morning, especially if it is any earlier than they are used to. I understand how it can sometimes be tough to not only acclimate to the earlier hours, but conquer them and thrive. If you dread mornings and navigate yours with a combination of zombie-like sluggishness and just enough energy to do only the bare minimum, but you want to become more of a morning person as soon as this coming Monday, then look no further
No matter how dreary, dark, and dull the day is, in spring, the sun can surprise us and fill us with motivation and hope.
I’m no expert, and I can’t help you gain confidence in your job, or in wooing a romantic interest; but if you’re anything like me, I think I can offer you a bit of sound advice on how to gain more confidence in yourself, like I did.