Boundaries are a tough thing for some people to set. I know, I'm one of those people. Especially when it comes to people like family. Setting boundaries with parents, aunts, uncles, or siblings can be a hard thing to do.
What happens when you put a lot of time and effort into something but it turns out badly? Or what if someone else does it better? What happens when all you give isn't enough? Click here to find out
I would definitely consider myself stuck in a rut, for a lack of better words. I've found my comfort zone and even when I try to deviate, end up staying within it anyway. So how do you get yourself out of this rut? Join me in my journey.
I'm a really giving person. If I care about someone, I'm more than willing to do a lot of things to help them out in any way I can. I try to make sure my relationships with others are the best they can be. But what about having a relationship with yourself? We don't normally think about that very much. I mean, how do you not have a relationship with yourself? But anyone who is lost in life, doesn't know how to have healthy relationships in general, or is at a crossroads, may not know or have the best relationship with themselves. We're so focused on others that we put ourselves last.
Dating is hard enough as it is. You have to go out, meet new people, find someone you share a connection with, spend the time with them to see if it's a serious connection... The list goes on. But what if you're an introvert? You don't do well with small talk, or like being the center of attention. How do you go about dating if you're perfectly happy to spend your free time snuggled up with a book?
How to Know When to "Let Go" // Having to make the decision to let go is usually for our own sanity and will most likely hurt in the short term, but will work out best in the long run. So how do you know when to let go? #letgo #personaldevelopment #startnew
If you're a bit of a hopeless romantic like I am, it can be a bit tough dealing with Valentine's day without a valentine. So instead of moping around and feeling bad that you're home alone while people are out with their significant others, turn it around and make it a time for yourself! I'll be spending Valentine's Day alone, so join me in spending some alone time with yourself with my list of how to spend valentine's day alone. #valentinesday #valentine #valentinesdayalone #singlesday
So for this last part of the mini-series, you will be making a vision board or sorts. I did this before I took all of the personality tests, but it could honestly work either way. If you know where you want to head, it's a great way to create a visual reminder of where you want to go and what you want to be. If you aren't sure about things, or the tests left you more confused than before, figuring out what types of pictures and quotes you've gravitated towards can be a big help.
In Part 1 of this series, we went over how to figure yourself out via various online personality tests. This part we're going to try and figure out what the results of those tests mean and what to do from there. Most likely everyone is going to go about this differently. I'm going to give you the steps that I took to figure this out for myself.
I feel like most people go through a variety of existential crises throughout their life. I even wrote about the various existential crises you will most likely go through before you’re 30. I’ve been through every one of them and probably a few more.
So how do you find yourself? What happens when you’re lost and don’t know where to begin to get started again? In this post I’m going to go through what I did that helped me figure out what I wanted to get out of life and how I started setting goals.