Stressed out?
2011-01-30 @ 20:53:11
I don't want to scare anyone, but look around - stress is everywhere! ;) You go somewhere by bus or train and you can hardly see relaxed people.

And I wonder what causes stress?
Of course, it depends on a person's character how much stress is too much. But a very important exam is enough for some of us to spend sleepless night. We pay high prices for success. Sometimes I'm not sure if it's worth the effort. Usually it turns out that it is.

That's why it's so important to deal somehow with stress.
How do I do it?
I have to do something active. That's why I exercise. 20 minutes a day is enough. We all know this famous saying: An apple a day keeps a doctor away. That's why I try to eat healthy food. Every single day I want to make the most of my 'study' time. Because I love to feel satisfied that I earned my free time. On weekends I meet with friends. I listen to music that makes me feel relaxed. I try to sleep 8-9 hours and I cross my fingers for overcoming all the obstacles.

How do you deal with stress?
I hope that you do it successfully. ;)
To live is to force...
2011-01-22 @ 20:17:53
To live is to force ourselves.
We - people, we would be very good criminals. Why? Because we are very very good at lying and denying. The problem is, that we do this to ourselves. We're used to say that everything is fine while our life is falling apart. We're used to feel convinced that there's much time e.g. to clean our room or to study but deep inside we know that we should be doing it now. We deny that we're not overwhelmed by our work or the internet, but the fact is, that we're addicted. Many of us can't find some time to rest, while the rest of us waste precious moments on relaxing not constructively. And so we HAVE TO force ourselves. Force to start studying regularly, force to take care of our lives, force to divide our day into pieces so we know that this hour is meant for working and for next 60 minutes we will watch a TV.
It's hard, we all know it.
But we don't want to lose our lives, don't we?
I love English, and about other addictions.
2011-01-19 @ 19:26:55
Have you ever experienced a feeling of lack? I have... Right now I'm longing for a normal English lesson. I love this subject and I'd like to study it. If it comes to 'classes' at school I have a lot to complain about. I'm a student of a language class... I'd love to do tons of English exercises, I'd love to speak out loud during 45 minutes, I'd love to hear English on my lessons but the most of all I'd love to see some involvement! Unfortunately I can't! And I really need somebody to guide me, especially 3 months before THE MATURA EXAAAAM. Feeling scared? No? You should be... =D

Everyone is addicted to something. My the biggest indulgence is ... sweets, cookies and food xD And English. So if I can't get what I want I get upset. xD What's more I'm addicted to the internet. Sad, isn't it? :D But I know that I can do something with my addictions. I mean with bad habits. I will not do anything with my English indulgence because it's good. And if it's about the rest of them, I believe I'm strong enough to beat them. And I will beat them hard.

The most important thing is to fight for the things you care about. Peace!
Your world needs sympathy as well.
2011-01-16 @ 23:15:20
Have you ever thought about things that your world is made of? Because, you see, you create it. Your friend's life, surrounding is built differently than yours. Maybe you pass the same buildings every day, maybe you go to the same school or even share the same desk at school, but for every single person the world is unique. We make it using our character and imagination. Our thoughts, our action, all the things we do and say are our building materials. When something is falling apart you can't rebuilt it or safe it alone. You realize that you need another person and his/her world. You might thing that your independence will do all the dirty work but the fact is, that you need someone to support you, anyone...
So look around, maybe your friend's world is now falling apart... Maybe you're the one to safe it or to walk side by side with your mate and if he needs it, pay some attention to his problems, feel for him, try to help. We're not no man's land, deserted islands, we're people, we create our lives, and worlds but even if our creation is great what for would it be if no one could ever live in it or see it at least?

Open up on the others. Because they might need your sympathy and you need it as well. You need support. So assist and you'll get assistance in return.
2011-01-15 @ 21:09:35
I guess a sickness visits everyone from time to time. Yes, I feel a bit dizzy, maybe I've got a temperature and sore throat (this one is for sure). It must have been my recklessness that let me woke up at 10:30 and run 2 km in rain to the closest shop.
I will tell you a story. A tale about a winter break that never happened. Yep, I don't have such delightedness as 2 weeks off from school. I'm sitting Matura exam this year and that's the reason why. Headmistress of my school obviously thinks that we don't need a break. That having classes except relaxing is the best solution, but honestly, what's wrong with that woman? So... Enjoy your winter holidays and remember to appreciate it, because one day it will be gone.
Real life, real world.
2011-01-11 @ 17:28:36
We often feel fascinated with some TV-series. We do like watching films, don't we? Sometimes we wish we lived such plot as our favorite TV character. We dream about it, we want it, but spending our precious time on thinking like that will not change anything. We can make our lives better. We can live our dreams and film-plots, the only thing that we've got to do is to open up on possibilities, on our real life. Don't you just waste your life thinking how not to waste it... Live. And one day you will see that your life has become better then you've ever expect.
"Life is the choices we make, I hope you'll awake before it's too late."
2011-01-08 @ 18:38:31
I've been thinking about everything and nothing. I've arrived at a conclusion that life is the act of making choices. Every single day we have to face our lives. By facing I mean making choices. You wake up and decide to eat a breakfast or not to have a meal, you choose clothes which you're going to wear for the rest of the day, you go to school or job and listen, do what a teacher or a boss tell you... and so on. In your private life you make choices of the same great importance as in your career life. You decide if you want to go out with your friends and meet them, or sometimes you prefer to stay at home and do something for your own good.

There are things which we've got no influence on. It's true that sometimes we may experience 'bad luck'. However, I believe that mostly we can shape our lives using our hands.

I end up this note with a quote:
"The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, the education, the money, than circumstances, than failure, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness or skill. It will make or break a company… a church… a home. The remarkable thing is we have a choice everyday regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past… we cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude. I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it. And so it is with you… we are in charge of our Attitudes."
Charles R. Swindoll
I want to write the music from my soul!
2011-01-07 @ 18:01:00
I want to write the music that's being played deep inside of me.
I want to write about my feelings, my opinions from my pint of view.
I want to live freely, in harmony with myself.
I want to feel everyday's feelings, to hold present in my hands.

Because wherever the life will take me, one thing should stay changeless; my humanity...

I woke up this morning, feeling blue and a bit tired. But I didn't do things that I would have done if it happened 1.5 month ago. I went to school, came back home. I've started improving my English and here I am, not so in bad mood as I was in the morning. And now I know what I've got to do. I know this because I haven't let go of a steering wheel of my life. I couldn't because I've got no time for autopilot.

Let's propose a toast for not living on autopilot!
Cheers. ;)
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