Mentally Disconnecting (1)

I feel like anything going on between you and someone else should be kept to you. The moment you start telling others then it becomes a lot especially if you are just going to keep that person in your circle. An example would be if you tell me issues you’re having with your boyfriend, I won’t like the dude anymore because he is doing things that aren’t keeping you happy. After you tell me this stuff you are continuing to be with the person like you ain’t just drop some heavy tea about them to me. The world doesn’t work that way. I try my best to mind my business and stay in my bubble but the lord put me on this earth to listen to all these issues to just respond, “oh thats crazy.” I stay in my lane though but once you let that information out I feel like you have started to mentally disconnect from that person.

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Black & White

The thought of things being either black or white some people do not understand. Most times they feel like they need a grey in between to make sense of certain ideas. Why can’t things just be a yes or no and not include a maybe? I feel like having that middle sometimes doesn’t work for EVERY situation. I feel that people try to make the “middle” work for everything when it shouldn’t. I say this because certain things in my life I’ve noticed it’s less of a maybe and more of a direct yes or no. People seem to get offended by that.

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Start Different

How are you starting your year? How are you starting your month? How are you starting your week? How are you starting your day? I feel like you should start anything new with 100% energy invested into making you great and keeping you positive. If you feel positive about whatever you are getting into then you will reach that goal that you set for yourself. Reflection on your past is always good but the reminder you have to set for yourself is, to be better and do better than what you previously did. I always see people reflect on the previous period and do nothing to improve their situation. It takes discipline, focus and the removal of distractions. 

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