A few days ago when I looked back on my blogging habit for the month I was pissed that I was almost at the end of January and I had only written for 11days of the month when the goal was to write everyday.
Then followed the guilt and the shame that I had already failed on my goal of writing a small blog post (100 words or so) everyday. Because I figured I could do it. It’s a small enough goal and I can fit it into my commuting time when all I do I waste time anyway.
Continue reading “Be gentle with yourself”
What happens when you realise that you’re not a nice person.
When you realise that your actions have hurt people. And you’ve been callous with people’s feelings and emotions. Just walked right over because you wanted something and didn’t give a thought to the other person’s needs.
Continue reading “Thank you”
Once upon a time there was a girl who lived in tiny little cottage in the forest. Seeing her in the forest, the demon of that territory would decided that he would have her soul for his own. So every day the forest demon would visit her and asked her a question so that he could figure out what she wanted and manipulate her into giving away her soul. But the girl was clever and she always had an answer for him. But the forest demon was determined to not give up. The questions would be along the lines of….
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Let me start by saying thank you to all 4 followers of this blog. Yay. Cuz wow. I thought this blog was just gonna be me rambling all to myself and once I got better and then, there would be interested people who would care. Seriously wow, It’s gonna give a girl a big ego.
So plus points of having followers is the ability to create a community and gives accountability, so it’ll be a motivating factor to keep writing.
Continue reading “Don’t get ahead of yourself”
Is this how it’s gonna feel everyday?
Feeling lost and not knowing what to write every single time I start.
But the good thing I guess is that I just start and words seem to flow out. And the key to writing that i have found in my oh so vast experience of 5 continuous days of writing is to start and don’t expect yourself to be a wordsmith from day 1. Stick to the habit (low expectations while building the habit): Write a blog post everyday – 100 words or so and No Judging.
Continue reading “Monkey Brain”
There were plenty of reasons to not write today and to keep pushing it off. But today is also the day I happened to get the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. And it’s a great book that talks about building good habits and letting go of bad ones.
Continue reading “Habits and Identity”
Train Journeys especially long commuter rides are always a great way to wind down and rest your brain.
You can daydream the entire way till you reach your destination or listen to music and daydream at the same time. Or when the productivity bug hits you, you can make some plans and lists of things to do or clear out your email.
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I felt myself pushing away the writing today. Luckily I caught myself in time. So that feels like one struggle overcome. Next struggle: what should I write about?
Write what you think about.
Continue reading “How open is open enough?”
Since I’m hoping to get into the habit of blogging or writing, I sincerely want to write something profound for my first post. But I know that it is a lot to ask right at the beginning. I know there’s a phrase that goes along the lines of you have to have 10000 hours of practice before you become good at something… Basically saying you have to do a lot of work before you create good work. So… Unless I write everyday for years I’m not gonna get better.
Continue reading “New Start”