When we were younger, possibilities to our life goals were endless. As children, we dreamt big dreams of conquering the world. It was wonderful. It was possible. And we were determined to make it happen.
Then we grew older, and Life happened.
Life does have a way of happening to us, catching us in a whirlwind, a storm of regurgitated average living Monday to Monday, January to January. It happens when we don’t even know it.
We all have written down our new year resolutions; well, at least most of us have. Majority of us, have already broken them, and its not even March (I hope not).
I’m a skeptic on writing resolutions, because they have always failed. I have, instead, life goals; 5years, 10 years, 20 years, 50years which cover all aspects of my life: spiritual, health, career, family, friendships, relationship, and financial. So rather than making New Year resolutions, I break down my long term goals into short term goals for the year; 1main thing in each area of my life that I need to do in that year that will propel me towards my long-term goals. That has proven more effective.
Which brings me to ask, what are your goals in life? I ask that question to people a lot and one thing that strings across all responses I get is, to be successful. Pretty vague response, but that’s a discussion for another blog.
Writers block – the condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing. (Google)
It’s been crazy y’all. I attribute the block to so much that was happening in my life that I couldn’t hold and see through a clear thought process in my mind. I was trying to put things together in my life in relation to where I am heading in my life. Settling in to a new relationship also, froze me up a bit (because the lessons I was learning were too many, I couldn’t write them down, so I just had to go with the flow of things.)
Sometimes we get a life block in our lives:
Life block – the condition of being unable to know what to do with your life, or where to go next with your life; also known as quarter life crisis (Definition – mine).