Today he is remembered as the "Father of American psychology" but William James' journey was riddled with illness and depression. So how did he change his fortune?
Vision boards are universally known for goal setting, but they can also damage your self-image and your self-esteem.
I decided to ditch typing in keywords in google and went looking for creative inspiration where it all started for me. Art Hop!
Pinterest is perfect for creating an evolving vision board. Though they are typically used for long term planning, I decided to create a six week vision board using Pinterest.
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This is the second week I've successfully finished writing a chapter. It's not my best writing but it is functional. I've noticed that when I write with plot in mind I tend to write quickly, but with characters I am slow. Instead of fighting it I have decided to embrace it. Right now it's about … Continue reading Day 18 [Novel Progress]: Reflecting on The Second Chapter
It's easy to envy the machine when you you're falling behind It's easy to envy the machine when everything turns to a grind It's easy to envy the machine when the heart is tearing at the seams It's easy to envy the machine when a choice brings harm It's easy to envy the machine when … Continue reading [Day 16-17][Poem] Envy The Machine
Today I felt something I don't know the word for. I had felt it before and lingered on it for the same reason each time. This was however the final time. I am simply tired of this feeling, just because it's toward someone I care deeply about. To begin I found the word I … Continue reading Day 16[Reflection] Finished A Short Story
This morning was a dream come true. I actually woke up before my alarm went off at 5 AM. Granted I didn't spring in to action but lying in my warm and comfortable bed and reading was pretty awesome. Especially after the whirlwind that was yesterday, but at least it was a fun whirlwind. Which … Continue reading [Day 9][Weird Fitness]: Training Like My Protagonist