A Quick Reminder

I think it’s important to love. Not just other people but also love yourself, things, hobbies, places, food, sounds, etc. it’s important to have love in different forms and different sources of joy. To fall in love with different aspects of life. And to love fully, give it your all. It may be hard and… Continue reading A Quick Reminder

Expressing Gratitude

Since February I have been more intentional about practicing gratitude. Before I would express gratitude randomly and write it down once in a blue moon. Since February I have doing it more often and deliberate. My planner has a gratitude section for each week. Every night when I am planning for the next day, I… Continue reading Expressing Gratitude

So the Year has Ended

I have been seeing people ask “What have you learned, done, etc. in 2018?” I have also seen people post about their 2018 journey. For me 2018 was an interesting and weird year. There just was a lot of weird energy, I can't really explain it. It was also pretty hilarious, I think I laughed… Continue reading So the Year has Ended

Constantly Moving

There were times when I didn’t allow myself to enjoy certain things because I knew that they temporary. I didn’t want to enjoy them only be without them and miss them in the end. A main example of is my living situation. Since I am always moving from place to place while in college and… Continue reading Constantly Moving

Some Ways that I Practice Staying in the Present Moment

In my previous post, Staying in the Present Moment, I talked about my work toward staying in the present moment. Now here are some ways that I practice staying in the moment: Meditation is probably my #1 method. You would be surprised at what 5-10 minutes of deep breathing can do for you. Guided meditations… Continue reading Some Ways that I Practice Staying in the Present Moment

Staying in the Present Moment

Something that I have really trying to work on since I graduated college is staying in the present moment. Throughout my life, it has been very difficult for me to stay present for longer than 5 seconds. Worries and anxiety seep into my mind quickly and distract me from whatever activity I am engaged in… Continue reading Staying in the Present Moment