I’ve been avoiding to write lately. And the reason was that I was afraid of what people would think of me. And when I mean “people”, I mean people I know like my parents, former coworkers, friends, …
When 2017 began, I couldn’t see how it could end on a positive note but here I am at the very last day of 2017:
After three days of formatting (Thank you Davidson ❤), the paperback version of my book First I Was Naive is now available on Amazon for purchase 🙂
I’ve been pushing myself too hard lately to make things work in some aspects of my life that now I’m having a burnout 🙁
Back in 2015, I remember reading a looooot of articles about “how to be successful?”. (I had this weird obsession about successful entrepreneurs… lol) There were many “secrets” like doing meditation, waking up early in the morning or journaling.
Last time I posted here was on March 23, 2017 (OMG!)
Even though you know that it’s useless to dwell on negative stuff, sometimes it’s just too much. And the pain you were keeping only for yourself, suddenly explodes. You start to cry as if it was the end of your world when actually it’s just the beginning. The beginning of a new chapter where you are the hero and you’re stronger than ever.
You can never know for sure how things are going to unfold in your life. There will always be some part of uncertainty in whatever decision you’re gonna make.
When you look around, there’s always something missing. A lover, a pet, new clothes, a new smartphone, … You never feel complete until you have them but once you do, you’re back in that unsatisfied state.
No matter how much we plan our lives, at some point something will go wrong. And when it happens, you have two options: you either deal with it and go with the flow or blame the entire world and dwell on your situation.