Starting Fresh | Realizing Self Changes

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog.

Today’s post is going to be about change and just how good it is. For a few weeks, I took a break from everything and during this short time I decided to learn about myself.

Beforehand, I was dealing with health related problems that we’re effecting me physically and mentally.

For starters, I realized that what I put into my body has it’s effect on my health. I was always one to complain about my diet and never so anything about it but, lately I’ve cut out everything that makes my body feel yucky and just disgusting and I’ve added more items that will actually benefit my health.

I’ve always learned that one times I have breaks, to get out of bed. Whether or not I just sit on the couch or on the floor. I need to get out of bed. If I don’t it’s just going to lead to me feeling uninspired and unmotivated to even do a simple task as brush my teeth. Getting out of bed, has helped me seem more awake and more ready for my day. It’s also better because it’s a way to cut out negative thoughts because you won’t feel so lazy.

Another thing I learned about myself is that I really appreciate photography. I used to always think about it as a simple hobby but, I now know it’s more. I love taking pictures of nature but, lately I’ve been feeling as if how I edit them is not quite my style. I’ve thought multiple times about deleting all my post on Instagram and just starting fresh but then I realized that I’m proud of the photos I’ve taking so far and deleting them isn’t going to make me feel any different about the style they are in.

I’ve decided that I want to change the way I edit but I also I don’t want the little photos I’ve taken beforehand to disappear.

So, I’ve been teachings myself to experiment and to take thing one step at a time. I’ve leaned that my style will come to me, whether it takes a long time or a little.

Another little thing, is that I’ve learned that I need to spend more time with my family. I have a tendency to shut people out. And sadly, that includes my family. Over Spring Break, I spent a lot of time with my sister. And I realized that I’m not getting any younger and with every second of my life passing I’m not getting them back. Once they’re had they’re gone.
Looking at old family pictures and baby pictures with my mom, I wanted to cry because so much changed, so much changed in just a few years.

Now the point of written this isn’t to discourage change but to encourage it. To encourage people to look more into themselves and their lives. When you learn more about yourself, you’ll be better off to change the parts of you that lead to the negative side of your mind and actions.

I hope you enjoyed this post. If you ever need to talk I’m almost here. You can also find me on Twitter I’m more likely to respond on there since I’ve taken a break from Instagram.

If no one’s told you today, I think you’re beautiful and no matter what you’re going through I want you to know you’re not alone.

As always I hope you have an amazing day or night.

“be the tortoise in a race against a hare…”
~ princess.

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