Look, I’m tired of complaining that I’m tired
I said to myself one night at 4 am, while answering emails, still at the office. I mean, ok, I work a lot. But so does everyone. My business requires mermaid outfits, sequins and champagne. I actually enjoy what i do a lot. I still get giggles when I plan an adventurous project. So? What’s with the drama? Why do I feel like a burnout?
These thoughts were running through the mind of a person who analyses her actions and thoughts a lot. A L-O-T. I mean me. I know, you couldn’t tell…
I’ve given it a thought or two during the past few weeks and the conclusion as I expected: I’ve complained about being coompletely exhausted so often that it became a permanent state of mind. And it drained me of vital energy. I kinda like being the Duracell rabbit, so something had to be done. Since sport isn’t my pal yet, perspective was next on the list. And here are
3 Focus Points That Work For Me Right Now
- Assertiveness is awesome when acknowledged by others but even cooler when you put it to work for your own mindset
- You can keep your apple Snow White witch, I’m practicing Gratefulness once per day and it really keeps the doctor away. After two months of doing it everyday I confirm, gratefulness is KEY. Methodical exercises once or twice per day really keep my mind set on the positive aspects of working a lot. It keeps me motivated and feeling accomplished. Moreover, I’m more determined and focused to work even harder to achieve the even greater goals I’m setting.
- And I’d choose you, in a hundred of lifetimes, in a hundred of worlds; in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d chose you. Sounds romantic, right? It is. But I’m saying this to myself. Although it’s valid for S too, I’m saying this to myself first. Every morning. Throughout the years I’ve always struggled with “Why me-s“. Apparently I had to hit 30 to really understand what self-acceptance means and what a powerful tool this can be for my mental balance.