If you read my previous post, you’d probably know that I was really sad and distressed over being disappointed and mad with myself. I’m fairly glad to say that I’m better, as of today. I guess my inspiration for myself is coming back. Can you #relate to me when I say that I blame myself for things that’s not even my fault? I used to do that ALL the time, which lead to so much excessive worrying sessions and not being to be able to enjoy life. Let alone love myself for who I am. I am also fairly glad to say that I’m also better; only say sorry when I have to. Honestly, I feel like people who say sorry all the time (and actually mean it) are more self-conscious and anxious.
Sometimes we just have to bring ourselves back to the present and reality. It’s just that today, I finally realized that…
Today has been the WORST, or one of the really horrible days for me. And I know that there has been a lot of positivity in my life, but and rant isn’t harmful, so that’s that. But before I go on an rant about my positively horrible day, there’s some actual positive things that happened recently on Free Perspectives!
Thank you all for the enormous support and love for my content and blurbs and pieces of my life.
You may or may not know it (I mean if I mentioned this in one of my posts), I do bouldering, and now… self taught gymnastics/yoga! Take note, I’ve been doing it everyday for the past… I dunno, 2 and a half months or so, but I am nowhere near Alivia D’Andrea. See her amazingly amazing *sigh* IG?
I know that this is particularly late in the game, as it’s almost mid-October already…
but anyways. Photography isn’t my forte, and it isn’t something I pour myself into, but snapping a few pics from the iPhone counts, right? These will be some shots taken on the plane when I was travelling during my summer break, and surprisingly, the window doesn’t seem to show up?! If you have noticed, recently I’m in with Winnie the Pooh gifs, so forgive me.
I have this love/hate relationship with studying. I know that if I study my French, then I will have a greater chance of getting a better mark. But on the other hand, I struggle (I mean it) since my first day with this language, and I totally see myself still not being able to conjugate verbs confidently 20 years from now.
Sh*t, I know that. Though instincts come and
I’m back to my own reality-expectations. Here are some tips I find helpful when studying. Though DISCLAIMER: results not guaranteed! Scratch that, and the negativity, and let’s dive in, shall we?