There is a danger that if we let too much logic take the wheel, suddenly we find ourselves spending years in a job that was only supposed to be a ‘stepping stone’ because it’s good money and it’s funding the end goal.
Instead of seeing it as a threat or something that I need to run from, I see it as a necessary stimulus for my growth. Something that I need to endure to become more mentally resilient. And it works.
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When you settle for anything in your life, you might as well be dead. Because you aren’t living like you want to be here. And don’t you want to be here?
Set a bedtime but don’t be too strict on yourself – some studies have shown that 10:37 pm is the perfect time to fall asleep. At a minimum of 30 minutes before you plan to hit the hay, put down your smart phone and turn off the TV.
So what is it that I’m missing? Well, I can tell you this much, I’m missing out on a half-assed lover, lukewarm affection, and a generally unfaithful partner.
Whether or not you consider yourself a serial procrastinator, we all have things that have populated our ‘To Do’ list for far too long.
Each day is a tightrope walk, a delicate balance between the carefully curated illusion of perfection you have created and the overwhelming panic that engulfs you underneath the facade.
People underestimate what anxiety really is. You want to call those who overthink everything, or make up scenarios in their head crazy, but you don’t understand: those with anxiety can’t control it.