love life & humor, simple, grounded, focused, tenacious, motivated, warm- hearted and a fan of nutrition
How long do you want to lie to yourself? No matter who you go to for external validation, Or whatever you choose to tell yourself
For a health and wellness enthusiast, answering this might be a no brainer. The reality is I am human. Sometimes I have the best intentions but they don't translate into actions. I know the benefits of the popular 'five a day'. Have I implemented it to the letter T? Hell no! Why? Life happens. Sometimes, we get slurpy and careless.
Events Leading to Home Search I underestimated the importance of one's living experience when I migrated. I had a lot of things to process like my career, generating income, and the weather. As you can see, accommodation did not make the list. After signing three different leases with three different landlords, I began having epiphanies. The people who live under the same roof as you impact your goal. What do I mean? This is a new year. New year resolutions abound. You might make a resolution in good faith like I am going to be present during my zoom meetings. If the people you live with have a different set of goals or lifestyle, that will affect you.
There’s a danger in covertness, with no reference to that seen in humility. But the type wrecking ‘manifold danger’ while running its course.
“But you have paid for a month. Are you going to ask for a refund? Those things get messy.” I guess I have to decide between money and my happiness. This place feels like the haunted house of Bly Manor!” Amy, aren’t you exaggerating? Anyway, you aren’t happy, that needs to be fixed.” “I’ll figure it out.” With that, the call ended.
I am done flogging how the year 2020 came and threw us off balance. I'll rather focus on one of the awesome things that made it worthwhile; music! Music provided an escape from the harsh realities around us. Like many of us, I spent more time at home than anywhere else. This had its fallouts including getting creative. In the spirit of creativity, I forged a new playlist.
2020 has almost come to an end and is a time most people will reflect. Not because 2020 has been too memorable rather reflections are synonymous with the year's end.
What is your approach to feedback? Do you abhor and dread the day it comes, or do you expect and embrace it? Does it sting and hurt you and leave you with the feeling of being under siege?