These days, almost every day, I experience fear. Not always in the same capacity, but it's there. Most days I make things up to be afraid of; other days I am given a reason to be afraid. It is generally not the external forces that make me fearful, but the internal.
Got a big test coming up tomorrow. Spent hours studying today. Not really a whole lot of time for jotting down ideas, but I must say... when it's worth it, bust your ass. Or don't... but you may regret it if you don't.
Totally gapped yesterday's post, but that's okay! I've been up to my ears in research and studying for a certification, and was hanging out with wifey until my eyes drooped. It happens. The same would happen tonight if I did not take some time to do it now, so here I am!
Today I took the first steps on a new path. The hope is that there will be a great opportunity awaiting my arrival at the end. This could be life-changing; and since my life is about to undergo a great change when baby comes, I'm game for some more positive upheaval.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I want to change certain aspects of my life. It's hard, but of course I never thought it would be easy. Everything I hear, read, and see, tells me that scheduling is the key. What am I not doing right now? Scheduling things accordingly.
I knocked out one of the outstanding items on my Honey-Do list today. I actually had the time to focus on solving this one problem, and what do you know? It took me roughly 30 minutes to do something I have been thinking about for hours over the past four months.
Today I had an experience that left me in a state of awe; it even brought a tear to my ever-dry eye. It really reinforced my priorities. Priority, really. It has also made me think about another chapter I read in Essentialism: Subtraction.