Do you take the time to reflect on what is happening in your life?
- Yes, I do quite often actually. Especially when I am spending time alone in the house/ my bedroom. Whenever I start to reflect, typically I either become emotional, frustrated, grateful, or feel motivational; normally writing out goals, task that need done (short & long term goals). It comes down to me as what happens in my life that I can control and I am learning that if I don’t like something or something makes me uncomfortable, I have to either speak up, or walk away from it, because enduring it sometimes makes a monster out of us. Not saying, I am good at speaking up or walking away, but I have to force myself when it comes time to handle certain situations that may arise.
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2 thoughts on “365 Days of Self Discovery: Day 100”
I find that taking the time to reflect slows life down a little bit. Staying “in the moment” as they say is the key. Great post.
Thank you Jim, I think it has helped to slow things down for myself as well, and not to mention, I am a true believer that when reflecting it allows you to see where your progression has taken place and regression.. has taken place within your life .
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