As you can guess, I just started school again. It’s the end of my first week and I’ve already got assignments and homework. After an almost 3 month break I’m so not used to this and I must admit…I’ve been rather unorganised, plus super tired of course. And I must admit, I’ve been eating more sugary stuff than I was planning to – it’s just so tempting.
However, I know that I have to change this in order for me to be happy, healthy and successful in school. It’s my last two years and I’m going to finish them with pride :) So, I hope I can still write a couple of blogposts a week, excuse me if some weeks there’s none. Though I am still writing for inspire.fm, so you can always check that out!
Therefore I’m going to set myself some targets and objectives:
1. I’m organised for school and always do my work.
2. I’m blogging as often as I can.
3. I’ve got some cool ideas I could do on my blog, so I will try some of them.
4. I will definitely eat more healthily and go back to similar ways as I was on my 30 day challenge.
And to make sure that I actually do this all, I’ll write a blogpost about it some time next week. Do you have similar struggles, maybe with work or college? Tell me about it in the comments – or tell me your target list :)
- There are no limits.
Through education, our parents, teachers and life experience, we, as humans have been told that there are so called ‘boundaries’ or ‘limits’ as to what is possible to do and achieve. We are told by science, that it is physically not possible to run a certain distance under x minutes, or are told that only by working hard can we ever be happy. I want to tell you otherwise.
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