Countless times in my life, I’ve been told that I’m not good enough, not talented enough, not smart enough, not pretty enough. Or, I’ve been told the opposite, that I’m too smart, too pretty, too kind, too nice, too good to not do XYZ. Listen, I’m not behind in life. And, I’m not unworthy of whatever I want to achieve in life either. Stop placing arbitrary standards onto me, and stop comparing me to everyone
For the first month so far into this new year, I’ve been focusing on intentions rather than goals or resolutions. I don’t have solid goals in minds of what I’d like to accomplish or experience this year, not yet at least. Though lately, I’ve been focusing on ways to improve my health. Usually, it’s in relation to good sleep at night as well as a good flow of energy throughout the day. There’s many ways
No resolutions for me this 2022. Not yet, at least. When the new year approaches, it’s easy to jump into setting new goals and targets. But, I’d rather not do this prematurely, especially with all the hype and celebration. Apparently, less than 10% of people actually keep their resolutions. And for myself, I know if I set some resolution arbitrarily now, I’m probably not gonna stick with it for too long.
In an odd way, this blog post was inspired by learning about DisguisedToast’s reasoning for not engaging in certain hygienic practices. 😂 This is no shade to him by the way… Okay, maybe a little. (He doesn’t even know me!) But, I thought I’d share some underrated hygiene practices for those of you who don’t see the point in it.
I’m going to be experimenting with something that many people in self-help would despise, which is a life without goals. I’ve done this during several time periods of my life, mostly during childhood, not having any particular goal and just going with the flow. However, this time, it is intentional. For the beginning of 2022 at least, I’m not going to set any goals, and I’m not going to make any New Year’s resolutions. On
This blog post is a little different from usual as I am using speech-to-text technology to write a significant chunk. My reason for doing this is simply because I have painted my nails, and so I am trying to avoid using my hands for now. 😉 But while I was trying to figure out how to use dictation on iMac, I was thinking about how some people are opposed to CBT due to the typical
These are notes that I took from Dr. K’s stream (HealthyGamer_GG) on Twitch earlier today. They’re not perfect, and I missed bits of it. (I was hula hooping at the beginning when he said he’d be sharing his protips or rules for life, even missed part of how he phrased it.) But, here is what I wrote: RNG spawn point – you don’t get to choose your race, economic status, your background, etc. Life is
How do people choose goals? I’ve been pondering this more over the past year, as I’ve gone through 2 quarterly planning processes. I’ve never done quarterly planning prior to this year, not in business nor in personal life. Before, I would focus on the overall year or maybe the next week/month. I didn’t have much of a formal process for this. With the quarterly process, I noticed that I was trying to pack a certain
Thought I’d share a (quick?) avocado pro tip, easy “hack” for storing them and having them last longer. When avocados turn ripe, they can go bad quickly if not consumed right away. So, here is what I do: 1) Leave any hard avocados out to ripen.2) As soon as an avocado feels slightly soft to press on the outside, store it away in the drawer of the fridge.3) Pull out any soft avocado from the