Have you ever felt like you don’t know what you want to do anymore? Or rather should I say – don’t know how to get yourself out of a ‘laziness rut’?
Laziness rut: a state wherein everything you are meant to be doing seems stupid and pointless; a state where you would rather let life drag you along than taking any efforts yourself.
Does that sound familiar to any of you or is it just me?
So yes, after two months I have finally diagnosed what is wrong with me! I’m in a Laziness Rut. (Yep, it took 2 months. Because, duuuh, i’m lazy.)
There I said it. Out and loud for the entire world to see. My name is Saumya and I am a lazy-holic. Self-acceptance is the first step (I read that somewhere).
It’s difficult you know when you loose your sense of purpose. When everything you do seems pointless, which is like seeing your worst nightmares come true. And it not just the blog I am talking about here. It’s everything in my life. I have officially turned into an all-round lazy person.
Biggest case in point would be my 21 before 22 list! Gosh, I am mortified and a little surprised. If a year ago I had enough enthusiasm to even make that list, what went wrong in the last few months? Where has all that zeal gone? I will be 22 shortly and not even half of that list is done. When I point this out to myself, my brain pulls a classic ‘brain’ and comes up with all the excuses it can find.
I don’t want this to be my answer:
I want to change, for real this time. Change, because I know I can do better than this.
SO, this is a list of things that will be a part of my Road To Recovery:-
- Become a morning person
- Get more organized
- Practice Essentialism a.k.a. learn to say no when needed
- Go back to using affirmations (because admit it, they really did help)
This is nothing compared to my 21 before 22 list, but that’s the point. Unless I get this in place, no # before # list is ever going to be accomplished.
Until next time,