If we learn from our mistakes, then why are we so afraid to make them? I saw this question and it really made me think. It’s an interesting question. Why are we so afraid to make mistakes when they teach us so much? Is it fear of the aftermath from the mistake or is … More If WE LEARN From Our MISTAKES, Why Are We Always So Afraid To Make A Mistake?
The older you get the more you realize that you don’t know as much as you thought you did. You start to realize that life is unpredictable, and things aren’t as simple as you might have thought. You can lay out your path but that doesn’t mean it’s going to go in the direction … More Learn from Everyone Around You! (Be Open and Stop Blocking Your Growth!)
Upon my chasing happiness journey, I figured that being my best self will contribute to my happiness. So, besides my anxiety and grief, what’s been holding me back? What’s affecting me? When I get to the root, I know part of it is due to my weight gain over the last few years. About … More Self-Improving with a dose of Healthy Distractions (Chasing Happiness pt2)
Lately, I’ve been narrowing in on my bad traits. Not the apparent traits that can be easily pointed out, but the negative traits that I never knew that I had. I’ve always been an honest person, who would admit to my faults, but now I’m discovering things about myself that I wasn’t aware of … More Self-Awareness (Coming to Realizations during Solitude. Don’t be Afraid of your Truths.)
This week I’ve been thinking a lot about moving forward from a lot of things that I’ve been juggling for the past few years. Life has been so chaotic these past couple of years that I just want some type of stability. There are moments where I’m trying to do research and figure out … More Hanging in the Balance (Finding Answers and Moving Forward)
Welcome back! Today is part 2 of my enneagram analysis. As mentioned in yesterday’s post, after discovering my enneagram number I wanted to retake the quiz as if I was my younger self. I know that it cannot be 100% accurate because I could’ve possibly answered these questions slightly different during that particular time. … More Comparing My Enneagram Numbers from Then to Now. (ME vs ME) (Blogmas #6)
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
In yesterday’s article I mentioned that I was currently reading Manifesting Millions: Convert Fantasy to Reality, and I pointed out a couple of tips that I wanted to add into my daily routine. I ended up finishing the book before I went to bed last night and I thought I would share a few more … More Manifesting and Reprogramming (Pt 2)
Last year I did a lot of research on successful people’s daily routines. As an aspiring millionaire I wanted to know what it takes to be successful. I wanted to know what I am doing right and what I am doing wrong. As I searched for answers, I pretty much came across repeated information, which … More 10 Millionaire Routines/Habits
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.