Time for hard work.
Today I’m paying special attention to observing the mind.
I have watched my mind flagging up a chocolate cake that’s sitting in my kitchen right now. It has reminded me of it several times now. It even mapped out several different routes to it and is persuading me that I “deserve” it.
The mind is a funny thing. I’ll continue watching it. I wonder what it will do next. ;)
Everyone should watch this Ted talk.
Keeping in theme with 20’s confusion.
Preparing for the day ahead of me; listening with a cup of tea. Have a full day of yoga awaiting in Polmont. Hello Sunday.
This makes me feel better about my crippled brain for mathematics.
The ultimate obstacle in life is learning the art of fighting that overwhelming feeling of wanting to do everything and anything. Take up knitting one week, forget about it the next. Painting another and a new instrument the following. The knitting needle falls under the bed and lays there for what seems an eternity; the guitar collects dust and badly needs new strings.
Then I put time into perspective in a way that sinks. I’m 22. The retirement age is roughly 65 and hopefully I’ll live on for a while after. I have more than 40 odd years of life still ahead. 40 years of exploring, 40 years of playing that dusty guitar just a little, 40 years of picking up knitting needles. Time is forgiving as each moment of learning builds up in your mind bank. Like a dripping tap that eventually fills a cup.
Just turned 22 and still love First Aid Kit.
This lady is a hero.