Monday, February 20, 2012

Notes 14 "4 minute blog"

A while back I had my "Pet's, Socks & Rice" blog. A writing exercise where I list 3 things that I'm most enjoying and write about them. Today my exercise is simple. It's 4 minutes until this coffee shop closes so I'm going to write, in random order everything I am thinking about, in hopes that I can take one of these thoughts and write a blog about that on my next post. Starting, now. 
Money really stresses me out, I really don't want it. But I need it. Work stresses me out, I really want to work, but I wish I worked where I wanted to. Nobody cares about authenticity anymore. My friends = ?. I feel like I'm starting over again. I want to move out of my house. The best way for me to learn is to just go out there and do it. My manager at my work is moving to London to be with her boyfriend. Going across the earth for this dude, with no job lined up, just going out there and doing it. And I think that's really friggin awesome. I think more people should stop thinking and worrying about stuff, and budgeting their lives so much and just go out and do it. I think more people should think about WHY they're doing what they're doing. Or WHY they want to do what they want to do. I feel like people want to make changes, people think that if the world was a certain way, everyone would be happier. But I think most people in this world are happy. And as humans we're willing to adapt, to live and become happy with what they have. Anyone can change the world, but change the world for who? Alright, well, that's 4 minutes. - God is Love

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Notes 13 "I'll see you at the crossroads"

For me, the best way to learn something, is to face it head on. I'll never know what something is like, unless it hits me in the face. Or the other way around. It seems like our lives actually find more direction, when given more than one way to go. People always ask the question, Where do you see yourself in X amount of years? I've always had a definite answer for it. As much work as I've done to help me get there, I don't think I've ever felt like I was really really getting there, up until today. No more settling. It's a brand new feel. - God is Love