With all the negativity going on with this pandemic and most of the world being in self isolation, I think it’s time to find a light in this dark time.
So I have been reading quite a few of others blogs. Some are really scared and paranoid others are very nonchalant. Either way most of us are going to have to distance ourselves or go through self isolation.
So I think what I am going to do is come up with a list of positive, productive things that can be done at home or by oneself.
So if anyone has any suggestions it would be great if you could share them so that I can put together a list that caters to everyone. Who knows it might even help someone who is feeling depressed and alone with all that is going on in the world right now.
Many people have the fear of failing so they don’t even try. But in my years of modeling and school I have learned that if you don’t try and fail you will never succeed, unless by shear dumb luck.
Most people see new endeavors as intimidating, and who wouldn’t when you don’t know if that outcome is good or bad. The negative part about this is that people only see that they can potentially fail so why try anyways?
I myself have this super fear of failure.
But I am trying to change that in myself and maybe influence others to change that negative way of thinking as well.
Instead of seeing the glass half empty why not see it half full? Instead of worrying about failing before you’ve even started why not just start and see where that takes you? Life is always going to be about trial and error no matter what your doing.
But I’m going to look at failing as a positive now. If I fail I can learn from my mistakes and become better, I will gain more wisdom about life, and if I fail I can try again and do it better this time.
If I don’t fail how can I improve upon myself and what I want to do in life?
Sometimes failing means starting over in life, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing if you don’t let it.
Just a word of positivity from me to you.
I am happy and so grateful to have hit 50 followers on my blog. This is one goal that has helped me keep my head above water with this blog. Just something to look forward to in building a little Online community of my own.
I don’t see it as “the more followers the more money” but I do appreciate the support so much. Now I can set a new goal of 100 followers and see where that takes me in my journey.
A BIG THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE WHO COMES TO READ MY BLOG!! IT IS SO APPRECIATED AND GIVES ME SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO EACH DAY!!💛
What kind life are we living, if only to satisfy others wants, needs, and requirements. Who told us that this is ok and this is how life should be?
I am only 21 and even when I was a teenager I always found myself thinking the same thing periodically. Where do I want my life to be? How do I become financially stable without working my life away? How? How? How?
I know that work ethic get’s you to where you want to be in life but why does it have to be in blue and white collar work? I am willing to work for everything I have and will have in the future to come. I’m fine with that. What I am not fine with is working overtime at a job I will hate with people I don’t want to be around and still not having enough to live even comfortably. Why would I do all of that for a greedy company or boss who only wants to keep positions filled and make more money? Why would I work for their benefit and social status just to be depressed in my own life?
Why is it only possible for the rich to become richer and the poor become more poverty stricken unless they have a random strike of good luck?
I don’t want this for myself or my child. But, I ask myself how can I obtain this without living a hellish, unhappy life?
Now I ask you what do you think?
How should life be in the workforce?
How would you make a happy life while still being able to provide fully for yourself and your family?