a letter to my readers {day 31}

2013, July

dear readers

dear reader,

this is for you. a thank you for joining me on this journey of self-discovery/self-realization and complete and utter randomness. thank you for your comments, encouragement and laughter. thank you for agreeing with me, letting me know i’m not alone, and disagreeing with me. thank you for your understanding and for your patience. i am growing as a blogger and without you {who read this, share, comment etc. etc.} i’m not sure i would feel comfortable calling myself a blogger. blogging everyday this month has helped me understand that it’s okay to be truthful. it’s okay to be vulnerable. depicting an ever happy-go-lucky life would be unfair.

for those of you who have just joined in on this madness i welcome you! let’s take this self-discovery journey together. besides, i really like that idea.

part of today’s post was to answer a question from a reader.  this was the question i picked:

 “i would like to hear how you keep yourself organized so well and do great things and projects with work and school on top of them?”

^^ i’m not that organized. so when it comes to my life i might look organized but it’s mainly because i almost go ocd on planning my day or week otherwise i tend to panic, stress, over-think, worry and all of the above. 
^^ with that being said i would describe my life as an organized mess.
^^ for many of the life changing/don’t look back type decisions i make {like moving from the uk to utah on my own}, my main motivations are a combination of “i don’t want to look back and think shoulda/woulda/coulda” and “what i am going to lose?” and this one from the movie we bought a zoo “it only takes 20 seconds of bravery”.

don’t get me wrong, i am not organized, meticulously planning or doing projects all day everyday. i have spent numerous saturdays watching 24 or prison break for 7 hours back-to-back, or stayed out till silly o’clock at night to over-indulge in ice-cream even though i have to be up at 6.30am on the morning.

this being organized thing i work at everyday.



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