Last year I wrote a blog post talking about how I felt better after starting taking some pills that were prescribed by a psychiatrist. I described how I felt like the anxious, and how the daily annoyances were not affecting me as strongly as before.
After a month of making sourdough breads, here are my few lessons learned:
I quit my corporate job in 2015 because when I was projecting how my future would be, I could see that I’d end up having more and more responsibilities in my job, thus less time for my future family.
To live is not about the BIG things you’ll achieve in your life.
Maybe you’re in a rush because your baby is crying and you’re stuck doing the dishes. Or maybe you’re running because you’re late for work. Or maybe you have guests and food is still not ready.
And I’m feeling terrible.
There are so many things I wanna do in a day. But by trying to do them all, I inevitably burn out.
And I’m happy that way.
Everyone is afraid of something completely irrational.
In my pursuit of living a meaningful life, I thought by doing all the things that came to my mind, one of them would eventually be the answer.