These past two months I have been severely suffering from writers block. And let me tell you something about writers block, for those who don’t know – it is incredibly frustrating. I keep starting and then deleting half-written posts; overwhelmed with the feeling of being unable to put my jumbled thoughts into concrete sentences. Within the past hour, I have struggled to complete posts about an array of different topics, including my current generation’s dating funk, how we need to flaunt our flaws and I even considered writing a subtle vent ‘letter’ to some silly guy that is now very much in the past (thankfully). But guess what! This is the furthest I have gotten in a draft, so I’m just gonna keep rolling with it..
Life lately has reminded me of a lesson I learnt last year. We have the power to choose who are friends are, and those select friends that you choose should be one’s that help lift you up when you are down. They should rejoice in the times you rise up. They should look for the good in you instead of dwell in the negative. They should accept your imperfections just as they are and still love you all the same, and vice versa. Life is way too short to be surrounded by those who are not serving you well – and we have the power to change that.
That’s all for now!