I’m not the best at staying a consistent blogger; it’s not that I don’t want to write every day, but some days, weeks, and even months are busier than others. A good sign, no doubt, because it means that I am living life or accomplishing something most of the time, but sometimes I am not doing anything. I enjoy the holidays because they keep me busy, but at the same time, they give me more free time. Merry Christmas to anyone who happens upon this post; I write for myself with the secondary thought that perhaps others can relate to what I have to say. Perhaps others can gain more ‘sense’ of what they are trying to figure out. After all, if I have done a part of the legwork for you, you are further along the path than I was.
I’m excited about the new year approaching; I have set myself up for great things. I am meeting new people, having more fun, and being less critical of myself. I have always had a decent self-esteem in most respects of who I am, but I have not always let that reflect in how I live my life. That is to say, I have not always lived with the confidence that who I am is pretty awesome enough to ‘get out there’ and live life.
When I turned 30 this year, I vowed that my 30s would be filled with a lot of firsts. The firsts I have had thus far have been minute, but have been firsts nonetheless; I hope to move on to bigger and better firsts as I inch closer and closer to my goals for myself.
I blog as a way to release my thoughts; releasing my thoughts is therapeutic to me and takes a lot of stress off my back. I have been told often by my friends that while I have a great personality, am funny and fun to be around, I stress too much. It’s not something I notice really, but I find that letting stuff go either via blogging or good conversations, I feel less stressed and more happy. I hope to blog more next year.
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and good tidings to all; I do hope you all have a wonderful holiday season filled with love, laughter, and good company.