We're all afraid!
This was my Monday
FYI: this quote is intended to be sung to the tune of Ice Cream (I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream). You can thank me for getting this little number stuck in your head. Also, I did a little research about this song (after it popped into my head as inspiration for my perfectly cheesy picture quote) and found out it was first published in 1927 and it’s actually a full song - you can play it on YouTube for your listening pleasure.
Now, let’s focus on the heart of the matter. WE ARE ALL SCARED. I was speaking with a friend yesterday and we were talking about this: how fear so often hold us back from really putting ourselves out there and doing what it is that brings us joy and lights us up. Cue the shame story for being a scared human. This brings me to my next point.
Okay. So ya know when you take some time off from work and then when it's time to get back into the swing of things you sort of 'forget' how and what you're supposed to do? That's what's up over here today.
Sits at computer. Whoa..look at that ball of dust over there in the corner.. FOCUS. awww a cute dog video. Maybe I should eat now.. it's already been 6 minutes since I ate my mid-day snack. FOCUS. Maybe I'll go through this pile of papers that I've been planning on going through for 5 months now. FOCUS. what time is it? Can I have another snack now? Maybe I should go look out the window for a bit and wish that someone would come along and do all the things for me so I could sit around and wish some more that things would just happen without me having to do anything.
Creatures of habit
Sometimes other people’s feelings get hurt when we’re hurting and even when we’re not. We’re constantly making decisions about our life that have an impact on other people. If I am at the grocery store and buy a pound of beef that leaks blood all over the cashier’s lane, that is going to cause an impact. Kind of a messy one, albeit unplanned. Life moves on.
How are you showing up?
Old habits die hard! Am I right or AM I RIGHT?
Seriously though? That’s a go to habit of mine, thinking I am right. Another one is spending quality time at Procrastination Station. A clear example of this, my blog. I told so many people I was going to write a weekly blog. Has that happened? Hells freakin no it hasn’t. I wrote 2 blogs and then vanished. Note to self: do not set unrealistic expectations.
Are you a problem seeker?
And I don't mean what kind of transportation you're using or whether or not you glow under fluorescent lighting. What I'm referring to is the way you're being in the world. So, in other words, how are you existing in your space(s) the majority of the time?
Feeding your soul!
I’ll answer for you. The answer is yes—at some point or another you totally are. I’ve just outed you and I’m choosing this venue to come out as well (for the second time in my life), this time as a problem seeker. Let’s all let out a collective gasp. I feel lighter and more free already. But what could the fall out be?
I haven’t been scheduling in enough space for feeding my soul. Yesterday evening Crystal and I took a much needed drive to the beach to recharge our batteries...