Some days you may not want to do anything, basically just stay in bed watching your favorite tv shows and eat a lot of snacks. And it’s okay to have one of those days. But it’s not okay if you have a lot of things to do that are important for your work or school life.
Here are the tips for you to stay inspired and motivated.
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If you aren’t aware of the author of this book, you are missing out. Connor Franta, an online video creator with over 5 million following (at this point), also an entrepreneur with an amazing brand for clothing, music compilation, and coffee.
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Failure terrifies me. Sometimes, failing consumed my thoughts that everything else was blocked from coming through. The feeling of not being able to succeed when I’ve tried my best make my whole body shivers, it’s horrible.
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I have a lot going on in my mind. Sometimes, I just feel like I need to get things done, but really there is nothing for me to do. (Well, except studying, but you know). And it gets to the point when I’m having a free time or a day off, my mind is constantly spinning and I feel guilty for not doing anything, which in many case you should be. But for my case, I find it unhealthy.
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1. Rainy days.
2. Fresh sheets.
3. Spreading positivity.
5. Going on a spontaneous adventure.
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One of my biggest fear is losing people who I truly love, and mean so much in my life. I’m here talking about how much I appreciated them and how much I value their presence in my life.
First of all, thank you.
For existing, for caring about my physical health and mental state, thank you for always supporting what I do and giving me advice on so many things. I’m grateful to have you, and I love you.
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How’s everything? I hope you are having a great day, wherever you are in the world. Thank you, for darting your eyes into this letter, I hope it’s worth your time.
I’m a mess.
I can’t read body language and eye stare or– of course, inside other human’s brain. But I’m also not good at verbalizing my own feelings to the other person either.
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Being constant is good. Always on your comfort zone so you know what’s going to happen is a nice feeling. But trying out new things are better, a whole new experience you will never regret, and potentially could be your best moment on your entire life.
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I’m a senior in high school, which means in less than a year I will graduated and have to choose a major to learn at university. I’m just that kid who are equally good at everything, never stand out among others or have speciality in one subject.
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I can’t trust people anymore. Every time I try to there’s always something ache in my stomach, and some inner voice forcing me to stop.
This story started at three years ago, when I trust someone so deeply, but they turn against me and betray the trust I have fully given to them. I don’t want to talk much about it, because it triggers the memory to come back when all I want is only forget it.
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