This morning I woke up with a dull, aching headache.
I read a bit of a heartbreaking post the other day and reflected on his words for some time after.
Then, I tried to turn this into an opportunity to reflect on my own current state of mind. Am I spending too much time inside my own head?
I am my own worst enemy.
I had a weird experience today.
This post is part of a series.
Last week I mentioned how I stumbled on a new blog via Rachel who mentioned a blogger who wrote his 1000th post about what he learned while blogging himself. I picked out a few points from his list and commented with my own perspective. You can read last week’s post here.
This week, the following points stood out to me from James’s list, and here is my view on them:
You know how sometimes a lot of togetherness can result in a wide array of emotions in each family member?
I feel a number of emotions: happy and exasperated, content and overwhelmed, at peace and annoyed… to name just a few. 🙄
I’ve noticed while reading other blogs that one of the persistent worries people have is that they don’t have anything exciting to write about.
Often times I see phrases like ‘my life is boring, routine and not interesting’, or variations of that.
Well, I think we all get sucked into that mentality, don’t we? For the most part, life is pretty routine, for all of us.
So why is it that some people find things to write about daily and maintain interest in their readership, while others struggle to come up with something they consider interesting enough to write/blog about and share with the internet?