The other day I was thinking about the quarter-life crisis. A quarter-life crisis is a period of uncertainty and questioning about life and your future. It feels like a period of constant soul-searching and trying to figure out this thing called Life. It’s actually pretty common for 25-year-olds to feel this way, but you don’t … More The Quarter-Life Crisis … Been There!
Yesterday I came across a photo on Instagram mentioning 5 hobbies that we need. I found this to be interesting because I currently partake in all 5 hobbies. In the photo they suggest that you have a hobby that makes you money, keep you in shape, keep you creative, build knowledge and evolve your mindset. … More 5 Hobbies that You Need
Today I had a lot on my mind. I was thinking a lot about grad school. A lot of my work consist of interviews. As an introvert who is also awkward and a little shy, I was always afraid to approach people or reach out to strangers. I guess you can say it was just … More Just One Door . . .
Have you ever wondered about the timing of things? When things don’t work out, we hear people say well maybe it just wasn’t the right time, or maybe it was somebody else’s time. I always here the phrase “Timing is Everything!” and I understand it. I know if I wanted certain things to happen when … More Hard Work, Growth and Timing.
Today was one of those days when I start to wonder if I have what it takes to achieve my goals. Do I have the energy to give 310% to whatever I am doing? Because that’s what it’s going to take. One hundred percent is just not going to cut it. In a previous … More Potential, Progress and Pain
It’s New Year’s Eve and we are hours away from putting this rollercoaster of a year behind us. This year was definitely the year of vision and clarity. Most of us got a reality check and some of us became better human beings because of it. It was like the year of exposure. Countless people’s … More What I Learned from this Crazy Year (2020)
Today I was listening to the Elevation broadcast and the guest speaker was talking about Growth. He mentioned how sometimes growth can be so gradual that you might not even realize that you’ve grown unless you were keeping track. He compared it to an old height chart that he used to have growing up, … More Growth! (Little By Little)
Why do we judge our past selves with today’s wisdom? I heard Pastor Furtick talk about this recently and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. With age comes wisdom and growth, so why are we so hard on ourselves for our past choices/mistakes? Of course, we would do things a little different now, … More Judging Yesterday’s Self with Today’s Wisdom.
Since I started this blog back in August of 2018 I never really posted consistently. I heard of some people blogging everyday for a year and it just made me realize how hard others are working. I couldn’t wrap my head around blogging everyday because I don’t know if I could think of a … More I Blogged Everyday for 30 Days and this Happened…
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about all the things that I need to work on, and one of the biggest hurdles that I need to tackle is self-discipline. I am not disciplined in the areas that I need to be disciplined in. I saw a post the other day that said hunger is the … More Does a Self-Disciplined Diet equals Success?