If we write blogs, we call ourselves bloggers. If we sing, we’re singers. That’s all good until the day comes when you really don’t feel like writing a blog. Stopping seems out of the question—how would people perceive us if we suddenly stopped whatever it is we are “known” for? But we have to be aware of what’s motivating us. When we are motivated by obligation or guilt, we lose the joy that got us started in the first place.
Here’s to prioritizing joy, and defining ourselves a little less rigidly.
Here’s to prioritizing joy.
I often judge the person I love most. I look at her and feel like I make better decisions. Like I’m more mature. I suppose it started happening once I decided to move out. Maybe I was trying to distance myself in order to prove my independence.
"I just wanna go home," she moans into her hands.
Last week's Sonic Journal entry was about feeling inspired by darling creative women. This is the opposite.
Some people defy jealousy.
Why is it that we try something once and then give up if it doesn’t seem to come naturally to us?