It’s been an entire month! At the top of the year, I committed to upping my posting to twice a week (from once). At first I thought it would be difficult. I panicked about what I would write about (I still do), how consistent I would be, and if anyone would even read. Here’s what I found.
If you read the ‘Good Reads’ issue that I published at the end of last year, you’d know that I read a book that taught me a lot about myself as an introvert. Don’t get your hopes up into thinking that I have overcome my introvertism; I haven’t. Since reading Quiet, I have only been able to notice more the instances in which I am being my introverted self.
Ever since my mom was in charge of making sure I was clean, clothed, and fed, I’ve been using Secret as my go-to deodorant. As I got older and learned about the confirmed and unconfirmed dangers of the main ingredient in most deodorants, aluminum, I decided I wanted to make informed decisions about something that I was applying to my body every single day.
It’s a new year so I thought this would be an awesome time to discuss something that kind of goes along with my resolutions/expectations. As I am growing individually, I am starting to take notice of my own habits. When I say habits, I don’t mean the little things like leaving the kitchen cabinets open or twirling my hair when I’m nervous (neither of which I do), I mean bigger habits; habits that I think have a bigger effect on me.
I have a habit of living in an imaginary world that I’ve create in my head. This may sound weird at first, but hear me out.