There’s this saying: unsuccessful people see an obstacle and decide to quit when it gets hard,
successful people understand that it’s going to be hard and go after It anyway! ✨Major keys to becoming successful 👇🏽👇🏽
✨1. Get clear - what’s the goal?
✨2. Plan of action - know what It takes
✨3. Start - get in action!! “NOTHING to It but to do It!” Let’s win!! #confidencecoach
всем привет✌🏻 сегодня я в 3049983920 раз выкладываю это летнее классное видео, где я обозревал слайм от Алёны @_slime_kaliningrad_ (в историю можешь не репостить)❄️ покупал на ярмарке в Калининграде 17 августа, 50 мл - 90₽🖇️ давайте разберём его + и -☁️
-выполняет все свойства слайма
-очень часто разгущался
слайм мне в целом понравится, ставлю 9.5/10 только из-за разгущения🦢
мой слайм акк: @slimo.autumn
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Are you making any big life changes? I am in the process of one myself. It may not seem like a big deal on paper, but I've decided to improve my day to day life through decluttering. Decluttering my home, social media use, what I eat, and ultimately, my mind.
So fair warning: Unloading to follow.
I remember disorganization made me anxious even as a young child because that meant I was more likely to lose my "pillow" (pictured), my most prized possession that I lost all the time due to a short attention span and busy mind. (My pillow, by the way, was once actually a pillow before I loved it to literal pieces.) Well, I don't want to lose my proverbial "pillow" anymore. When I feel overwhelmed by my schedule, by work, by messes, by personal issues, etc. I actually become angry. Sometimes I still feel I must not be "good enough" or "strong enough" compared to other people if I'm becoming overwhelmed by having a slightly fuller schedule and/or cluttered space. And feeling that way causes even more erratic thought patterns.
I'd much rather embrace this sensitivity. And I remind myself that this pursuit is not a pursuit of laziness or leisure. And I remind myself that my sensitivity is not an inferiority.
I am working on organizing, sitting in silence, eating more mindfully, and just appreciating moments.
Social media is a huge part of my job. I still love social media, but I admit it has been one of the many sources of my growing frustration. I want to stay engaged, but I don't always want to consume content with superficial motivations. These influences can sometimes have a deep effect on my sense of worth, and I can't rely on the external to determine that. One of my goals is not to lean on social media so much for entertainment or my own personal validation. I'm simply working on knowing when to take breaks if you know what I mean. ;) Trying to "keep up" with others to feel better about myself has never actually made me feel better in my experience. At least not in the long run. Which is why I need to do things for myself, and at my own pace.
I'm feeling happy about the small steps I'm taking,