This last month of February has seen me join my cousin and a few others on Facebook, in a challenge to take a photo every day during the month, of something you are grateful for and post it on your profile. I was fairly grudging in mood at first, because I'd been in a bad place for a long time. But it was great to have one of my first thoughts each day being to grab my camera. And to always have in the back of my mind during the day, about something positive in my life. To shift my focus from how I was feeling inside, to a different perspective. I've heard of people doing journals like this of things they love or are grateful for each day. Even attempting them for only a few days. But if you stick with it, forcing yourself at first and even when you don't feel grateful, it's amazing how that subtle shift of focus can alter your outlook on life and overall mood after a month. I must admit I've been doing other things too, working hard on myself, to lift myself out of this funk. But I believe that this little exercise has been a big part in the change in me. Creative pursuits always work well for me. Why oh why do I let myself get so far down that I can't even find a spark of energy or motivation to be creative! Do I dare say never again. No - I'm too human for that *laughs*.
Welcome to my Blog - Life's Rollercoaster. Due to life not being so kind to me, to put it simply, I struggle to have opinions and share what I like and dislike, even hobbies, with people. Having always tried to please people, guess their moods and give matching opinions, reactions and answers, I've stifled myself.
This is really a safe place for me to start practicing expressing my opinions in another place besides my head. They may change, they may be simple, they may be different to yours.
I'm not looking for conflict. I'm even afraid doing it this way. But it's a start, so bear with me.