I honestly don’t know what day of the week it is. I think all the sunshine and fun this weekend left me out of it.
I did manage to throw together healthy meals, make it to the pool, and find my way to yoga today. I also cleaned, started my laundry, and have gotten myself to Starbucks for some blogging/freelance exploring/emailing/
…or trying to relax.
Does anyone else have the issue where they finish one thing and need to jump into the next? It’s literally been a week since my summer school exam and I’m already worrying about what I should do in the fall. I’m in a bit of an anxious state, but it’s a waste of energy and I realize that so I’m trying to direct it towards actually doing things that benefit me now (hence freelancing stuff!).
I am at no loss for ideas, though. I could literally do anything I want to come fall, and that’s a good thing. I talked about some of my options before but the list just keeps growing. Talking to friends who have gone away and had amazing times, meeting people who have travelled and gone places and had experiences and come back and still find jobs/schooling waiting for them, and just being open to the possibilities = an actually endless list of things. So what I’m doing is making a list (my bookmark folder is getting longer and longer) and reminding myself that I don’t need to be impulsive. The right things will keep calling out to me over and over again and THEN I’ll know they’re worth pursuing! Anything sounds good at first, but the ones that actually matter will seem good for a while.
This is random but I wanna give props to my friend Emily for starting her blog today! I looked back and realized I missed my blogging birthday from my first blog (eat play luv blog), which I guess means I’ll have to celebrate big when happy is the new healthy turns 1! Anyways, I got inspired by Emily’s bucket list (I’ve got my own started as a draft so stay tuned) and by some of the other stuff I’ve come across in my random readings this week. I’m thinking of things left and right–a monthly challenge, perhaps? A weekly one? Opinions greatly appreciated–would you guys be into jumping on a challenge train if we came up with some good ideas for stuff we could aim to do more of (i.e. walk so many steps every day, eat a fruit or veggie with every meal, give up swearing, commute by foot or bike instead of driving, etc.)? Eh eh? Like I said my mind is a racing!
For now, I’m pouring my energy into bootcamp…
Wish me luck!
What do you do when you feel like your mind’s going at a million miles a minute?
Are you coming to bootcamp?!
Did you celebrate your blogger birthday when it turned 1?