My friends love telling me how I just do TOO MUCH.
And I really have to stop and be like... really? Because the truth is yes baby girl, you do a lot. But it has become SO normal to me that when my busy schedule slows down I'm lost.
My journey towards my doctorate degree has been one full of anxiety and a feeling of overwhelmingness (I know... not a word... and I'm getting my doctorate... crazy right?). Yet still somehow, I've been able to get straight A's, travel, and practice my DJ-ing. It's amazing realizing what you can get accomplished while being both passionate and consistent. I haven't been consistent in blogging, and that's ok... I'm learning to focus on the things that keep me sane.
Yea I do a lot. But I'm ok with that.
This was random, and that's ok.
I see you Black Girl.
You'll never be invisible to me.
I'll burn cities down in your name.
What Is A Compliment That You Struggle To Accept About Yourself?
A compliment that I struggle to accept is when people tell me I’m beautiful or pretty. It’s interesting because just like any normal human being I look forward to hearing these compliments yet still don’t believe them when I do. I know that this stems from a lot of my experiences growing up... I feel like I heard too much. I paid attention too much to people’s opinions. And now I struggle. So this year I will accept any compliment given to me... I promise me this.
What Good Habits Do You Want To Begin Next Month?
I want to start something and finish it. I also want to stop spending on foolishness... I seemed to be doing so well in the beginning of the new year and fell off heavy. I’d like to save as much as possible. I know it doesn’t seem like a habit, but I think it should be made into one. If I make it a habit to save as often as I can, as much as I can it will assist me in reaching my goals .... other good habits, I want to run about 20miles a week. So far this week I’ve got 9miles in, just 11 more to go. I know I can do it and I’ve really pushed myself on the days that I didn’t want to. I’m going to remember those moments because they’ll fuel me in the future. Lastly, I want to continue to work on saying no. Making it a habit to say no when I know something will not benefit me will assist me in this.
I want to finish off 2018 strong. We still have a good five months.
I can do this.