Suddenly I feel like a drained, brown bonsai. Hang on, brown? But why? I used to be a wonderful, cheerful bonsai, where did my cheer leading leaves go? What about what they call prosperity?
The hardest part of motivation is self motivation!
The whole motivation topic is no piece of cake, only if it was one of my mother’s, baking or cooking not her thing generally.
Continue reading Keep up with motivation
Hey, I know I had this 2 day gap in between, but I had a hard time staying connected during the weekend. Anyways, I am back again with my last day of the quote challenge.
I thank Christa chn from Lovelyricism blog for nominating me.
Today I choose Marie Curie:
Below the rules:
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Post 1-3 quotes each day for 3 consecutive days.
- Nominate 3 bloggers each day to participate in the 3-day Quote Challenge
This is Day Three, the last one and I gladly nominate:
travelmusicweb, tuckedintoacorner, aroused
NB: Of course you are free to refuse to take part in the challenge, but it’s so fun and you learn a bit more about other bloggers and making your blog known by a broader range of bloggers.
At some point in our lives, we ask ourselves “What am I going to do with my life?”. Some of us ask that question at 18, 20, 25 or even later… don’t get me wrong here, not that age doesn’t matter (does it?), but that’s not the point.
Sooner you ask, better? Sooner you “know” better… right? Hmm… slow down buddies, it’s not as easy as it sounds; becaaauuuuuuse a long list of “if-s” comes straight forward knocking on the door.
Now I am 27 and I am still struggling to “know” what am I going to do “When I grow up?” Too young? A bit too late, maybe not to have figured it out yet? It’s never too late and I’ ve been told some stories about it (I will share, promise)
I must confess, firstly I am doing this for myself.
Sometimes I wonder, all the things I know now, wish I would have known in my early 20s. Continue reading At some points in our lives