How are you doing? Me? Tough to say sometimes. I think I am doing well. I am not a “happy-go-lucky” type of person. Actually, if I was going to give a color to my disposition, it would be a dark color. Maybe the same gray as a Seattle sky in the winter. This year has started off as an incredibly crazy one. There were many things that needed to be taken care of that weren’t in my plans.
Sounds odd doesn't it? After all why do today what you can put off till tomorrow? If you are like me you have had it beaten into you that procrastination is bad. You've been told all your life to, "Take action. Do it now. Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today." Blah blah blah yada yada yada. Over and over again. Enough already.
It's not how much you have around you, it's how thankful you feel inside. To be thankful, is to be wealthy, to have regret, is to be poor, and you get to choose.
I have learned that it's worth the disappointment. It's worth the discouragement. It's even with the battles with depression. It's perspective. It's how I choose to look at it, and accept things. I decided at some point to no longer care about how I measure up to others. Let them chase their success, while I define my own.
If you can worry about it, I think I got it covered. But I am worried that I may not... You know, have worried enough about it? Worry is one of my defining characteristics. I don’t actually take action on things that I worry about, I just worry. I am really good at that. What … Continue reading Worrying – A mostly complete guide to