Hello Everyone, Happy Sunday,
It’s so easy to get into the routine of things. Wake up, go to work, come home, sleep and repeat. Some days, I find myself just so used to the routine that I forget to honestly strive to perform at my very best, in order to get the best results possible.
Every time I start feeling bored, discouraged or just hit with a lack of motivation, (after complaining to my boyfriend) I think about the following things, which I’d like to achieve.
This blogpost is merely a post about what it is that motivates me daily. Some people may find these goals minuscule, unrealistic , materialistic etc. but I guess that’s why these are my goals.
First of all, I’d really like to save up for my own my place. I can’t even imagine the happiness I will feel, making my first down payment. Typical I know, but I’d love a condo somewhere downtown Toronto. I’m a person with very simple pleasures. The lights, coffee shops and general atmosphere of downtown will keep me more than satisfied.
Secondly, I’d really like to help out my parents. If I were to talk about how thankful I am of them, and how much I want to give back, you’d stop reading because that would be one damn lengthy blogpost. But the point is nothing I ever do, will be enough to give back to them for all they’ve done, so all I can do is try my very best. But of course, first I must be self sufficient.
Warning this one will sound silly, but I want to be able to shop without hesitating or stressing about my bank account. I want to be able to go to Yorkdale, and if on that one Saturday, I decide to drop a few hundred bucks, I would like to NOT have to have to think three times(due to my love for shopping, I will always have to think at least twice, regardless of my financial situation).
So 2015, is coming to an end. I’m not entirely sure of what my New Year’s Resolution will be (or if I’ll have a new years resolution at all) but what I do know, is I’m going to push myself as hard as possible. Everyday is honestly an emotional roller coaster, of sudden doses of motivation, followed by self doubt. But it’s amazing, and I must remind myself that I don’t live in a restricted bubble. But as long as there’s effort put in, there’s a world of endless possibilities.
Thanks for reading lovely people 🙂