One of my favourite movies is Forgetting Sarah Marshall. What I love about it is Peter (played by Jason Segel, who also wrote the movie). It wasn’t the break-up between himself and Sarah that made me empathise or connect with the character, but instead it was his behaviours. His mental health.
Sometimes the things that motivate me and the things that scare me blur, leaving me in a state of confusion and anxiety. I want something (motivation) but I don’t know how to get it (scared). It keeps me in the middle ground, the safety zone.
I have a lot of goals in life. A LOT. I want to: write a novel have a successful online business open my own gluten free cafe/bakery have a childcare business be a paid writer for an online magazine (or several) write children’s books etc. But for the most part, I am simply too scared […]
My SO has just started a new job, with the awesome title of Social Media And Content Developer. I’m very jealous and very proud of him, but his absence is already freaking me out a bit. He leaves at 8am, returns at 6pm. That’s 10 hours, x5 days a week that I’ll be on my […]
How much of your life do you plan out? How much of your life can you plan out? Plans are great as they can make you feel like you have finally worked out a way of achieving something that you want or need. They can be the first step to a solution for a problem […]