What a beautiful weekend it has been! I had probably the most anti-social weekend I have had in a really long time AND I loved it! I have always considered myself an introvert but a social introvert. I love being social when I want to but I adore alone time. Who else feels this way? Isn’t it the best! Though I am starting to miss people after a few days in seclusion at the compound. You can only have so many conversations with your dogs, your cat, and the back of your husband’s head.
Hope everyone has a lovely week ahead filled with avoiding social interaction!
Motivation. We all need it AND we all lack it at times. I am in a very “lack”luster phase of my writing right now. A million ideas crop up in this brain of mine for future blogs and potential novels but yet I don’t type a single word. I am inspired every day, but not motivated. Why is that?!?! Hopeful that these words of wisdom will motivate me to just shut up and write!
Wishing you all a beautiful Sunday night and a motivational week ahead!
My birthday is next month and it is always a time for me to reflect about where my life is vs. where I want my life to be. One change I want to make is thinking more positive. To stop worrying about what is or what isn’t and have faith that everything will work out the way that it is meant to be. Positive thoughts attract positive results.
Being negative isn’t getting me anywhere.
Have a great rest of your Sunday (and Game of Thrones starts tonight…eeks)!
Anyone else out there feel a little lost? I definitely feel like I am lacking some focus and direction in my life. The last time I felt this lost was over 10 years ago when my heart got broken for the very first time. After what felt like years (but in all actuality was only weeks) of feeling depressed and very alone, I stumbled into a book store which had some self-help (*shudder*) books about depression and rediscovering your child within. In one of many moments of weakness during that period of time, I bought it. And do you want to know something? Surprisingly, the book actually helped. After reading it, I realized that as children we just keep it simple. We play, we explore, we try everything and we most definitely live in the moment! There is nothing more confident and honest than the mind of a child.
Then life happens.
The child within us gets smaller and smaller and that child’s voice turns into merely a whisper.
Needless to say the book I bought a decade ago actually helped me rediscover what I loved doing as a kid and to live in the moment more. May need to dig that book back up again, dust it off and rediscover the child within.