For me motivation is a common subject.

It is  something that I lose a lot. It is something I have to fight for, every day. The days I don’t have to fight are days that things are actually going on. On a trip, I rarely sleep in.

I had to learn how to say yes to adventure. And now I am having to find a way to create my own motivation. I am looking for a job, but in someways have already given up. I don’t know what I really want to do with my life. I graduated college, and I still don’t know. Mostly, I just want to pay off my student loans.

Currently, I am trying to build a portfolio as an editor. That’s part of the reason for this blog. The other reason is to try and get myself to do things. To make daily posts, to put up reviews. As you can see, that hasn’t been working. Yet.

Here is my attempt at self motivation:

Post everyday. In fact, it would be great to find someone who could get me to do just that. I don’t know if I have anyone I can get to do that.

Here is to the future.


One thought on “Motivation

  1. Popular culture tends to make finding what our purpose is as something that somewhat easy to determine. We always ask kids what they want to be when they grow up. Kids don’t know even a fraction of the jobs out there, so it almost sets them up for failure when they reply with some of the more visible professions in our culture (doctor, police, athlete, entertainer). The reality is it can take years of soul searching and trial and error to determine what you truly want to do. Check out my blog post:

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