The funny thing is there was a concert going on inside that building. I glanced through the window and found some random person was staring at me. We held eye contact. It’s was weird. Photo by: @psimmy73#nofear
Guys, let’s talk about achievement. I’m the kind of person that goes above and beyond for other people and their needs, but when it comes to my own responsibilities, I freeze. It’s probably one of my biggest flaws. I’m working on it. There is always something in my mind taking priority to what ever I have personally planned to do that day. I love helping people, it truly brings me so much joy and I feel guilty saying no. Anyone else have this problem? Anyways my point is that there is no reason to feel guilty. We have to take care of our own responsibilities so that we can better take care of the people we love. When we achieve our personal goals we feel more fulfilled and complete. How can you help someone else if you are feeling defeated and unaccomplished? You can’t... at least not fully and in the way they deserve. I’m making a vow. ✋🏻I Alix, will start saying no. I will only make plans outside of my dedicated time to achieve my goals. Who’s with me?!