I have always wondered if a lot of people get so many thoughts while taking the shower because I do. I think it’s the only time my mind actually gets (literally) pouring ideas. The funny thing is once I get out of the bathroom, they all vanish – as if I rinsed them off me as well. Like those dreams you remember so vividly when you wake up but can’t really get hold of it for so long. All gone. It’s frustrating, right? So, I’m writing this now while I still have them.
1. It is okay to cry and feel sorry for yourself. Do yourself a favor by letting that feeling out. Cry whenever you feel like it. It may take you hours or even days. Let it out until you are too tired to feel miserable. Let it out until your own body system rejects to drop a single tear. Go give yourself that. Free your heavy heart.
From: vienna noreen (blog)
Subject Title: jar of happiness ✨
How are you doing? I can’t remember the last time I reach out to you and I’m not sure if you even open this kind of email. I hope you do and I hope you are having at least a good, if not great, 2018 so far.
You know how you are all set and excited to start anew but January already passed by and well, it’s life. 😂 But let me share to you one of my favorite quotes from The Sun and Her Flowers:
“You do not just wake up and become the butterfly”
-Growth is a process.”
Let us remind ourselves that we are, in fact, growing. Let us be gentle with ourselves. As for me, I’ve been really trying to do what makes me happy so I don’t lose myself. Journaling is just well, one of the many. You may not be into this but I hope you will still read on and have a chat with me 😊
The 1st month of the year is almost over and I just thought I’d do a quick life (?) update. ㅎㅎㅎ
I’ve been really sick the past two weeks since I quit my job. I’m getting enough rest but my body clock is just so messed up right now. I sleep at six in the morning. I’m just really up all night. I can’t write or stay online either because too much radiation makes me dizzy now. Lol These eyes, I swear. The good thing is I can read physical books! Hooray!
Change is real, but time is not. Time is only a reflection of change. From change, our brains construct a sense of time as if it were flowing.