The past few days I’ve been doing quite a lot of internal maintenance. This is odd, since I’ve barely been alone the past week. However I’ve learned you don’t need to be alone to do this. My mind has been a portable construction site.
Among the tasks, taking a few moments to speak to yourself (out loud or inside, I don’t judge), helps. A bit ago I decided to go for a run tomorrow morning. I know it will be difficult, but I know it will be worth it in the end. My day will start off healthy, and hopefully the sequential hours follow suit.
I enjoy learning about myself. I enjoy the reflective period I’ve found myself in. These are the instances that help you grow as a person. I should take up meditation!
I want to throw open my arms and embrace the sunshine.
I want to open my eyes and roll in the grass.
I want to walk barefoot once again.
I want to lay out my palms and clench my hands.
I’m going to do these things when the time and place is right.
I have but one life to live. I want to live it in the most beautiful and content way possible.
I had social interaction time today! As in with people in real life! Not just voices or typed words! -pats self on back-
Now it is time to listen to upbeat music, tidy my room, maybe do homework (maybe) and play xbox!
Oh I can’t forget to have tea and Easter candy!
Oh my life. <3
I have found that life is easier when you don’t live in your head 24/7.
I tend to obsessively think about all the slight errors that I did in a day. Or scold myself for speaking out loud. Sometimes I beat myself up over minuscule things. (85 on a quiz/ not being a good athlete ect.) I’m trying not to do that quite as much and it really has helped me. I don’t feel as anxious or worried as I usually would this time of day.
Give it a try.