After trying a “feel good journal”, intermittently for at least two weeks, I can say that the time I most enjoy is when I feel free to let my imagination run wild, with no restrictions nor guilt.
Blogging, journaling, walking around, day dreaming, etc.
If I don’t give myself some creative space, I just don’t want to focus on anything mundane.
This is the truth, and I’d better accept it.
Then, I make one hundred plans, and feel guilty of not fulfilling them all. Or that they go slower than I would have wanted them to.
Maybe this is it: I could just take steps, and stop worrying about the outcome.
Easier said, than done.
What if everyday life is bringing urgent issues to resolve, and we feel a bit stuck?
What if we recover from something, or wonder if we will see the end of the tunnel?
I came to the conclusion, that we need to feed our inner wolves. All of them. To keep the balance.
And to acknowledge what really makes us happy and incorporate it into our everyday life.
Next step, I decided to try a new experience every day.
For today, I have ordered a new board game, to play with my family.