If You Spend Too Much Time Thinking

If You Spend Too Much Time Thinking

” If you spend too much time thinking about what you want to do in life, you forget about living the life you’re living right now.”

– John O’ Callaghan

Sometimes you just need to get your nose out of that text book and  just take a walk outside and soak up some of that Vitamin D! Personally, I’m the kind of person that is always in the house either doing something very productive, such as studying, or playing mindless games on my parents’ iPad mini. Fascinating, isn’t it? No, I actually regret some of the days that I waste on pointless things like games. I always tell myself that I’m going to change this terrible habit of mine but nothing prevails. However, the thing that motivates me the most is probably blogging about it. It actually helps. I put down all your thoughts and goals in words on this blog, it does assist me in achieving them, no joke. Even right now, it makes me want to just take a stroll in my neighborhood and just think about random things like puppies yawning (SO CUTE).

I also believe that if people just have 10-15 minutes a day just to themselves it would make their day go/end so much better. Just sitting there, eyes shut, and worries gone, almost like meditating without the “OMMMM,” is so relaxing and tension relieving. So, just go outside and live your life, take some risks, and GET INVOLVED. Many people would say not to get involved but hey, it creates memories and maybe even some of the best memories so why not?  I would like to advise everyone to live it up!

Good Friend VS. Best Friends

 

 

A good friend knows when to hold you back. A best friend knows when to let you go and unleash the beast from within. Which means that a good friend will be the most “ideal” friend and wants to show that you mean something to them. However, a relationship between best friends is different. They know what they mean to each other already so there is no need for them to show how much they care for each other. The stiff kindness is not necessary. It might sound a bit odd but here’s an example:

You: “How do I look in this?”

Good Friend: “You look really pretty!”

Best Friend: “You look horrible”

As you can see, best friends always say the worst of things but mean it in the kindness of ways. They always make jokes between each other and say the things they don’t mean but the truth of the matter is that they know the other is simply joking around and just say something even meaner. It’s just how it works. That’s how you know when you finally have a best friend. P.S, Lilo & Stitch was my absolute favorite show in the world when I was a kid.