A tiny bit hopeful: day 26

Gosh, have I really written 26 blog posts in a row. I’m sure I sound like a broken record now. I wish I had new things to report, but let’s face it that’s almost impossible. My routine is the same, unchanged apart from a few tweaks here and there. Though I cannot complain I’m doing the things I love. I did spend half the day pacing up and down my room (whilst doing other things) trying to think about new content to share. Not wanting to have a gap between the days. I decided to do things a little differently, rather than typing out an essay about my routine. I’m sharing 10 quotes by Jay Shetty, a motivational speaker that I follow on Social Media.

“Motivation comes from meaning. Everything comes from meaning.” 

“When nobody else celebrates you, learn to celebrate yourself. When nobody else compliments you, then compliment yourself. It’s not up to other people to keep you encouraged. It’s up to you. Encouragement should come from the inside.”

“Starve your distractions, feed your focus.” 

“Don’t let someone be a priority when all you are to them is an option.”

“Go the extra mile, it’s never crowded.” 

“Don’t be afraid of new beginnings, from new people, new energy, new surroundings, and new challenges. Embrace new chances at happiness.” 

“The interesting thing is, those opinions didn’t change the world, but the people behind the ideas did.”

“The thing about limitations is that they are only true as long as you believe in them. So, instead of believing in your limitations, start believing in yourself.”

“I’m always opening 1000 doors. Everyone sees the 10 that stay open. That’s the key to growth.”

“If you don’t sacrifice for what you want, what you want becomes the sacrifice.” 

I have to say I am enjoying writing these daily posts. I’ve always wanted to improve on my written skills and I believe I’m doing just that, with practice comes mastery. I do sometimes scroll back to the first few blog posts to read what I had previously written two years ago, I am contentedly surprised at the contrast.

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