Next Monday it’s gonna be 1 month (already!) that I’m back running. I’m running 20 to 30 minutes every 2 or 3 days and it feels so damn good 😊
My life shifted when I was 27.
We want Life to be simple. Yet, we are the ones who are making it complicated.
When you cut off all the distractions from your life like watching TV shows, liking and commenting on social media, browsing random stuff online… what’s left?
I’m not motivated to write every day. And more often than not, I struggle to find my words. Sometimes I even get envious of captions I read on Instagram because it’s written in very good English (meaning better than mine). But I know this is only in my head.
It’s amazing how much you can achieve in a year. When I look back, I’m always in awe. And when you remember all the time you spent worried, you can’t stop thinking “If only I knew…”
When someone dies, I’m always wondering if they would’ve done anything differently if they knew they’d die soon.
When chaos enters your life, it’s hard to accept it and to surrender to your reality. You think:
There’s always that thing you keep postponing for ages. Like learning how to play piano, creating your own blog, or running a marathon.
When you make a plan, you have this crazy idea that things will go smoothly. You try to take into account some possible setbacks, but of course, you can’t predict them all. That plan that took you so many hours to make, crushed by one tiny detail and, unfortunately, you’re back to square one.