My rating: 2 of 5 stars
This is a mission of mine. Basically; I feel blurgh. I’m home five days a week, probably only one of those days is actually doing uni work. So that leaves 4 days of me feeling like death and blurgh-ness.
I know, I know.
Cal, shut up. You’re complaining that you have too much free time. Shut. Up.
I get that. But get this: I feel blurgh-y. So it’s not really free time.
So last week I tried to counteract my
evergoing affects of mental illness blurgh-iness, and made this little motivator:
My aims were to:
- Think Pink- otherwise, it a less dark cloud kind of way.
- No Complaining- this lasted ten minutes but hey, it relates to point #1.
- Meditate- This one was awesome and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I used the app Breathe.
- Read & Write- Frankly, I kept up my habit of reading (but not a whole lot, I’ve been addicted to the Office) I didn’t do any recreational reading aside from my blog updates; #TheReadingQuest Update 1, New Blog Additions!, & Book Clubs.
- Be productive- Well. I studied this week. For a day and bit. So that’s a bit more than my other weeks.
Overall, this improved my week. I especially enjoyed meditating.
I’ve spent some time scavenging Pinterest for future ideas, and enjoyed these two posters:
Also this week: I installed some New Blog Additions!
For future improvement, I’m going to schedule a few new segments on this blog and start bullet-journalling. And clearing out my room.
Wish me luck. If you have any tips, please share them. I’m a slob. And a stay at home daughter. I’ve got plenty of time to read your stuff.
I read 0 out of 5 books.
Pathetic, I know.
But I did end up listening to two audiobooks! I still classify it my attempt a failure, but know I wasn’t completely out of the loop. Please don’t shun me.
Okay, I deserve it a lil bit for being so weak and ‘procratinative’…
INCREDBIBLY SAD Audiobooks I Listened to This Week:
How’d you guys go with your reading challenges? Were they a success or failure? Which book is your current favourite?