Tag: self-actualization

  • Impatience Makes You Feel You’ve Already Failed

    Impatience Makes You Feel You’ve Already Failed

    Have you ever you read something and thought immediately you needed that to be true for you too? Sooner than Later. My journey through blogging and self-discovery has set me face to face with so many options and ideas on how to be and do. And it would seem that I often did myself an […]

  • Proof of my Authority is in my Writing

    Proof of my Authority is in my Writing

    Official know-it-alls everywhere know that to be a an expert you have to be an authority. No one’s going to give you credit for your knowledge unless you can prove that you have more to say and can say it better than other people. And then you get promoted to expert, authority, and official know-it-all. […]

  • When Expectations Mess With You

    When Expectations Mess With You

    What does it mean to be me? If I’m not happy with this version then what would an ideal version of me look like? Who do I think I should be? Will it always be someone different from who I am now? And if so, if my results don’t match my¬†expectations, will I be doomed […]

  • Feeling My Phantom Worry Limb

    Feeling My Phantom Worry Limb

    This past year, I’ve become more aware of where my thoughts wander. And where they don’t wander anymore. My improved self-awareness means I notice how my thoughts behave differently now than they did before all this hard self-work. I take notice of my options and choices when moments of decision bubble up to the surface […]