It’s amazing to think of how much time we waste worrying about the future. Sometimes all of our energy goes into worrying over what we’re going to do, are we going to be okay, will we ever get that dream job. I’m very guilty of this. I sometimes lay awake at night with that sinking feeling in my stomach worrying about what the future is going to be like. I am struck with dread over it. It’s insane, I know how unhealthy that kind of worrying is. The worst part is that while I am wasting energy on the future, I am forgetting about the right here and the right now. That is the most important thing, the present. No one can know for certain what the future may hold. All we can ever really do is focus on the present moment because that is all we have, it is all we ever have. The future never comes, tomorrow does not exist. All that is true is the current moment. I know I need to stop worrying so much and just live, just be. Focus on the moment right in front of me, focus on my breathing. So here’s to taking it one moment at a time. From here on out there is no past and no future, just present,
I need to start spending my time more wisely. I am excellent at procrastination. I have all of these dreams of mine and I know that if I don’t put in the effort then they’ll never come true. It’s all too easy to fall into the world of excuses, saying things like school or work get in the way. Yes, we all have things that we have to do, and sometimes those things take up more of our time than we would like them too. Yet if we are serious about completing our goals than we need to make the time. So here’s to making time and following through. Here’s to reading more, writing more, getting outdoors more. Here’s to the end of excuses.
Carissa’s Wierd - Unfaileable
It’s getting to be that time of the year where Carissa’s Wierd gets played constantly. Something about their music is just so fitting with the colder days and the grey skies. I feel so lucky to have gotten the chance to see them live.
Perfect rainy sunday morning music.
Cause ya know, we’ve all got our dreams.
Small little home tucked away into the mountains of the beautiful west coast. My days would be spent tending to a garden where we grow most of our own food, out gathering local edible vegetation, writing constantly, reading constantly, going for walks every evening. We’d live a truly simple life indeed, much in the vain of Thoreau. And we’d be immensely satisfied, for the true path to a happy life is to cut out the excess, lead a simplified life filled with all those small pleasures that matter most.
So here’s to hoping the law of attraction is real, and that this will one day become a reality.
- A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.
- Any fool can make a rule, and any fool will mind it.
- As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
- Be true to your work, your word, and your friend.
- Books are the carriers of…
There’s nothing more intimidating than staring at a blank page.