Monday, 13 May 2013 19:45
I’ve progressed in life this year. My anxiety has improved, I’ve learn new things and I’ve got a job. The important thing now is that I continue to push myself. To learn more and do things my anxiety has prevented me from doing in the past. I don’t want it to be where I have a job and do nothing outside of work. Stockpiling money won’t bring me happiness so I should spend some of it doing things I want to do. I should also go to places I’ve never been before.
I’ve told my friends that I want to do something major every month this year and it’s coming up to the end of the month with nothing much to show. Buying a group car would have been a major thing or even buying a new car for myself since my car’s MOT is due this month. One of my friends has gone off the idea and our parents are worried about sharing the ownership and costs. I require goals to aim for instead of just making stuff up as I go and not caring if I never come back to it. To set myself a task and work towards completion with a deadline.
Instead of finding ways to merely pass the time I should find ways to best enjoy the time I have. Often I put off doing things I know I’ll enjoy like riding my bike. If not something I’ll enjoy then something productive that leaves me with something to show for my efforts. I learn new things each day at work or use what I’ve learn to make something so why shouldn’t I do the same at home. To continue to improve myself all the time and not just 9 - 5:30 five days a week.