Work this out

Before I start, I need to say that I cannot do this daily challenge daily. I’m truly sorry but you know, I don’t want to feel pressured to write it when I don’t have time to do it like I mean to. Quality over quantity.

Day 5:

Take some time today to reflect on your career. Jot down a timeline of it, including all the ups and downs. What was your best experience? And the worst? What would you like your future to look like, in terms of your career? If you’re a young man and haven’t started in yet, focus on that future part. What do you want your work to look like? Read More

Too late to apologise

Day 4:

Write a letter to a loved one. Chances are high that there is someone in your life that you’d like to say something important to. Maybe it’s a wife, a parent, a grandparent you never really got to say goodbye to…take the time today to write that out. It can be positive, negative, or anywhere in between. The beauty of this letter is that you aren’t sending it in the mail, you’re simply “voicing” something that needs to be said. Should you choose to share it later, that’s okay, but you don’t have to. Doing this can be a great way to heal anger that’s been pent up inside, or to release a pressure valve of sadness we may have been harboring over something lost. Read More

Cancerrors

Day 3:

Via negativia; today, pick a habit that you’d like to eliminate from your life. Bad habits are like armpits, we all have ‘em and they all stink. Whether cutting soda out of your life, or putting a stop to your porn addiction; either way, as with yesterday, think about the steps you’ll take in order to put the kibosh on that negative habit. And again, also think about how you’ll keep yourself accountable to that goal. Read More

Zucchini & squats

Day 2:

Decide on one positive habit you’d like to implement in your life. Whether seemingly mundane (like flossing) or perhaps life-altering (exercising every day), think of something you’d like to add to your life that will be beneficial. Then, think about the steps you’ll take to get there, and how you’ll keep yourself accountable. Read More

New project

I just found a 30-day writing challenge, which looks interesting, so I would like to complete it. The challenge of day 1 is to describe why I want to journal – I actually did that in the first post, so I’m skipping this one. (The challenge itself is made for men, I’m gonna ignore the male parts, I am also a (hu)man!)

Day 1

Try to write a 6-word-memoir of your life so far. This idea is rumored to have originated from Papa Hemingway. The benefit is that with only six words, you really have to filter your life to what you deem most important. It may take you many iterations, but you’ll end up with something that speaks largely to who you are, if not in toto, then at least in this moment in time. Read More

Same old

Okay, dating. Yesterday I went out with a German Luxembourgish boy. He’s 21 like me, he studies at the department of dentistry, so basically we went through the same things but never even knew about each others’ existance. He sent the microbiology test to me. He’s blonde, has beautiful blue eyes, he’s cute, generous, chivalrous, he’ someone I could easily fall for. Read More

Let’s talk about sex

Well, I haven’t really talked about this stuff with anyone but I’ve come to the point where I kinda feel like I need to write it out. So daily: basically I was trying to study some cardiovascular diseases while my sister was having sex with her girlfriend. All day! First of all, I don’t want to hear that! Second, I’m envious. Because I should be doing that. Everyone does it, I want to do it, what the fuck is wrong me? Read More