Bought the book ‘Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine’ by Gail Honeyman. A book about loneliness. Wondering how it will read. Loneliness is something I struggle with a lot. I feel lonely, have difficulty really connecting with people, letting my walls down, or getting to know new people. I want out, I want to connect, I just don’t know how. The intro of the book really … Continue reading Loneliness
I started reading this book today – 365 days successful by David de Kock and Arjan Vergeer. It’s a workbook to make you think about your dreams and goals and start working towards a better you. The introduction ends with this sentence: Success is nothing else than being brave enough to take a lot of small steps for a long time, and son’t quit. When … Continue reading 365 Days successful
Today I’m at a friends home working on the content for my new website. I decided to have a website for my organizing business, and that it would be good to have some idea about the content. Not only the normal pages – who am I, what do I offer, the pricelist – but also some content for the blog that will be linked to … Continue reading Preparing for the next step
I’m following a wordpress training today. I know the blog part – obviously 🙂 but I want to be able to do more. As part of the new me and the move towards a more ‘organizing’ profile I was thinking it might be good to create a new blog with tips and tricks on organizer with a site that also shows the other parts of … Continue reading Continuous learning
I had a conversation with one of my new colleagues. She is a psychologist specialised in trauma. In a conversation about trauma I mentioned I still have some to deal with but I didn’t wanne do it at the moment. I’m afraid I cannot deal with it. Yet. I’m trying to stabilize myself right now. And that still is hard work. She told me I … Continue reading The only way is up?
I have been on a mood stabilisator for the last couple of years. I forgot to take it for a couple of days and decided to stop taking them altogether. I thought I was far enough in my recovery to do so. I have my doubts, and so I talked to a friend about it. And I did not expect her answer. I called the … Continue reading Being called out on my thought process
What have I learned this month? Life is worth it. There is something every day to be grateful for, even on the worst days. It may not always be evident but when you think about it there really is something positive. I’ve been on a path towards more positivity, and it is not easy, so this challenge showed me that it works to think about … Continue reading Journalling Challenge: Day 31: Lessons Learned This Month