We’re in the new year and January is almost done. Instead of making a resolution and forced to face a bunch of failures at the end of the year, I opted to start planning my life better and journaling all my process. Despite the hype of bullet journaling I actually love doing “my type” of #bujo because instead of just writing down mundane stuff, I get to doodle, scrap booking, planing, and review my days at the same time. It’s more
therapeutic relaxing rather than a boring thing to do.
So yes my journalling journey that started in January is going great so far, how about your January?
“You get no thanks from your belly…it always forgets what you’ve just done for it and comes begging again the next day.”~ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
*images are from my instagram feed.
If you live in the countryside or seaside, you’ll have nature to surround you, it’s calming… relaxing, open spaces give you sense of freedom.
Living in the city on the other hand gives you adrenaline from the constant movements with sounds and noises galore. The hustle and bustle life in the city might give you stress but never boredom.
… but the suburb…I don’t know if it is the lack of excitements around or the wall after wall of concrete block houses… no matter how hard I try to find beauty in the suburbia, I still feel like slowly being suffocated. My only remedy is to travel anytime I can and only then I can recharged my insanity.
“That’s the trouble with the suburbs: it’s not a city, so you’re not anonymous, and it’s not a small town, so that people really care about you, but everybody kind of knows each other’s business, so you’re very judged.” ~ Anne-Marie Duff