Where is the fine line between a woman dressing classy vs trashy?
I’m smart. I read well. I can do math at a high level. I’m talented in multiple fields of art, music, and communication. I understand conceptual problems with relative ease and enjoy good philosophical exercises. However, paperwork, emails, and essays give me anxiety. Missed text messages and interpersonal conflict can keep my mind tied up for hours. I’m a very high achiever, but I feel like I end up near success by accident. I have High Functioning ADHD.
What is your purpose in life?
Can you envision yourself there?
How bad do you want that dream?
Are you willing to makesacrifices?
What are your short/long term goals?
What are you doing on a daily basis to get there?
I’ve been writing consistently about various topics for around six months. I’ve tried different names and writing styles. I’ve produced a good amount of content to various results. One of the comments I’ve heard the most is how do I do it? How can I become a blogger? I have a couple of tips from what I’ve learned.
Growing up is somewhat blindsiding. You expect things to be one way and then the sheer weight of the world starts to press back harder than you expected. There are so many things that I wish I was taught while growing up instead of learning things the hard way. Last week’s post focused finances and things not being explained clearly this week focuses on childhood versus adulthood.
Today, I decided to have today’s thought front and center for everyone to see:
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I was talking to one of my best friends a few days back and he brought up the idea of preparing for the future. We consistently talk about laying foundations for our futures. This thinking manifests in our hobbies, careers, interpersonal relationships, clothes, and habits. Eventually we ended on grand scale thinking, legacy, and what they can do to change the world around us. Then a question came up: what have you done today to better prepare you for your tomorrow? Continue reading “What are you doing to Today to prepare for your Tomorrow?”