I started this blog with the aim of following a book’s guide to make life a little less stressful but now I see myself slowly stressing out by relating my everyday to the book. I find it really challenging to do that as I have not had the time to blog much more read the book.
My love for writing however prevails and so I have considered a different option. Instead, I will be writing about things that made me happy despite of…
Of course I have to start with a sizable goal and with the hype of “100 days of Happiness” on social media sites, I will lovingly name this journey as “100 Reasons to Smile”.
Wacha think? I hope this time it works. 🙂
On my other blog, I somehow ranted about a thread on Facebook which is Job Post in a professional group page. The people were complaining about the qualifications and I had to post my comment and pointed that the qualifications are actually agreeable. It created a rage comment from people of which some have been deleted for unknown reasons. To cut the story short, there were exchange of comments and it was getting through me that my mere agreement to the qualifications bruised other people’s ego and took it as me questioning their competences.
I myself didn’t take their retaliations lightly. I was shaking every time I read the comments and couldn’t type using my phone. I had to use a laptop to defend my stand which was in no way bashing anyone. It hurt me that they had to attack me (my name was tagged and in some I was quoted so it was directed to me) that way just because I agreed to something that they don’t. And my comment was even directed at no one.
I lost a night’s sleep over that because I was worried. The people who were attacking me are going to my husband’s office-mates. Though he was so calm about the whole thing and completely support me, I asked not to say anything. He guided me with deep breathing to calm me and massaged my shaking hands. Because of this, I was able to clearly defend myself and at least closed the thread with someone apologizing and finally getting my point.
Lesson learned, Try not sweat the small stuff. It could be a snide comment from a person, try not too affected because the things they say reflect what they are as a person and nothing about you. Explanations are okay but to some people, no matter how hard you explain, it will never be enough. Why? Simply because they have already closed their minds on this topic and there is nothing more you can do about this. So, try not to sweat it. 🙂
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I have always known that I have procrastination tendencies and usually don’t finish what I start. Lately I have been so busy with my personal affairs that I neglected this personal promise to blog. All these time, I am being hunted by that guilt and that need to write and write sensible stuff rather than posting them on Facebook.
I am coming back and feel I should be able to write more now that I have WordPress on my mobile. So on lazy days, I can still write down my thoughts even while lying down, lounging somewhere or having my coffee outside.
Wish me luck!