Tag: Life Lessons

  • 4 Ways How Can You Keep Your Journaling Fire Burning

    4 Ways How Can You Keep Your Journaling Fire Burning

    Life is wild. It’s infinitely complex, so you never know what happens next. Don’t you hate repeating the same mistakes all over again? Don’t you have enough of purposeless wandering? Don’t you feel something is wrong when you see all those people succeed while you can’t get out of bed? How about that anxiety from…

  • How to Deal with Pressure to Conform and Become Unfuckwithable

    How to Deal with Pressure to Conform and Become Unfuckwithable

    My life sucked because I was a basic bitch. I wanted what society wanted: Big house, new car, a lot of sex, and only fun. I’ve never considered what I wanted. Do the same, and you’ll feel lifeless.

  • How I Run Out of Sleep Not Doing Anything While Wanting Everything

    How I Run Out of Sleep Not Doing Anything While Wanting Everything

    I felt like a gun shell. A bullet was fired a long time ago. Now empty inside. Without potential. There was no meaning in my life. The existential dread kept me up at night. I was afraid of going to sleep. Because of the fact I did nothing of value. And if you can’t sleep,…

  • The 4 Important Lessons From 3 Years of Sobriety That Made Me Happier

    The 4 Important Lessons From 3 Years of Sobriety That Made Me Happier

    Sobriety is a strict teacher. I had to learn the hard way how to earn my respect. There were no shortcuts and a lot of failures. But there were also wins. Something I experienced once a year and now I experience daily. The conclusion is it’s better to have a harsh teacher than none. And…

  • Make Your Journal Useful With These 6 Power Tips

    Make Your Journal Useful With These 6 Power Tips

    Photo by Patrick Schneider on Unsplash Journal serves you, so make it yours There is only one right way of journaling: Your way. Before I started journaling, I never learned from my failures. I repeated the same mistake, never understanding why it happened to me. In my mind, I was always a victim. Until I started…