“I’m ugly. I’m boring. I’m not sexy.” Those used to be the lies I told myself in the past. Especially the thought that I was ugly and not sexy. I believed these thoughts so much that it took a great deal of time to change my belief. I honestly thought that I would be ugly and not sexy for my entire life.
Have you tried many different systems to organize your life, but none of them seem to stick? This used to be a problem for me. I tried lots of systems, but I never stuck with them longer than at most a month. So how come it’s so hard to stay with a system for a longer time?
Four months ago, in November, I set a goal to Make $2200 From Blogging In 6 Months. So how’s the journey been?
It’s been exciting, fun, and hard. But I haven’t yet made a single dollar from blogging even though I’m four months in. So what went wrong?
I feel that something’s missing in my relationships. But I don’t know what’s missing… I know I want deeper relationships with my girlfriend and friends, but what does deeper really entail?
Those were my thought for a long period of time. I felt that I didn’t really connect with anyone on a deeper level. At the same time I couldn’t put the finger on what was missing in the relationships. That was until I read Steve Pavlina’s two articles on 4D relationships.
It’s been almost two months since my last update on the Wim Hof Method. Mostly because I got sick, or so I thought. But it turned out that my vocal chords didn’t like the breathing exercises. At first I took a one week break back in December. But when I tried to get back to the breathing exercises, the symptoms reappeared. At that time I wasn’t sure if it was a virus or if it had something to do with the breathing exercises. Anyway I decided to take a month break from Wim Hof and then restart the exercises. Now that I’ve come halfway […]
I’ve never written a review of the current year. But I’ve seen other bloggers do this and what they’d like to focus on the next year. I’ve never felt compelled to write a review. Mostly because I’ve never seen a new year as beginning something new. I see it more like any other day. But one that I celebrate together with other people. I’ve never seen why you need to wait for a new year to commit to a goal. You can always start today by taking small steps.
How do we celebrate the little things in life? What about all those small wins we have each day that we should be proud? I’ve often heard that you should celebrate the little things in life. But I always had trouble implementing the act of celebrating into my life.
Every now and then I find myself procrastinating on taking even small steps towards my goal. Maybe it’s the same for you?
Sometimes it’s because the goal seems like an insurmountable obstacle. It just doesn’t feel like I’m making any progress if I take one or two small steps. So why bother, right? Other times there’s too many steps available. I don’t know where to start. And then there’s the dread of “what happens if I don’t like the goal when I get there?”.
I often find myself procrastinating on tasks, and I’ve always wondered why people procrastinate. Is there a set of common causes out there? Which ones are they? What tactics can you use to combat procrastinating?
Let me state that it’s not easy to earn money from blogging. Don’t get me wrong, it’s doable but as with everything you have to put in the time. You have to research, experiment and especially go outside of your comfort zone. I have yet to earn a single dime from blogging.
In the coming week I will focus on marketing my blog to get more than the 10–50 users per article I’m getting today. After that I will research what alternative route to ads I want to take to earn money.