Does that ring a bell to you? Do you feel bored from time to time? (Hope it’s not all the time) tee hee..
I’m actually having post holiday blue, that’s the reason this week post is published slightly later than usual. But it’s a promise to myself that I’ll blog regularly, publish an article once a week, share my learning or inspiration week by week.
How I came across into this book was I wanted to learn more about some topics related with my work project. While searching for the book, I saw this and the big smiley face grabbed my attention. (It’s been awhile since my last library visit and usually I read e-book but I guess I still love the “feel” of holding the book)
Seungri is my favourite singer from BIGBANG. I admire him because his hardworking attitude and he’s my inspiration to continue studying Japanese. (I know it’s strange, he’s Korean, shouldn’t I be motivated to learn Korean?)
My answer to that question is yes. I find it hard too. But reading this book and watching the interview it reminds me that it’s harder to give up. So, here are 2 points that help me pull through
This week post is inspired after I read this post.
“Decoy Habit” term is new to me but after reading the post, I feel that it is actually this had happened to me quite often in the past. They are sitting inside my reminder list yet I snoozed it off from time to time.
How often you think “Ah, this won’t work” or “If it’s this, I don’t think I can make it”?
Honestly, I often doubt myself. Especially when I deal with a new thing and I have very little information. Although on one side of myself is screaming with excitement about the adventure, the other side is the doubting and worrying about it.
「諦める事を諦めました」青石花笑 I’m giving up about giving up – Aoishi Hanae
This is the advice that the female lead gave to her colleague when he was down after being turned down by the lady he likes (many times).
I admit that I was busy spinning around in 2014 and I didn’t feel really accomplished, because I wasn’t able to focus on getting my plan completed. I was easily drifted into something else. Like a small kid easily attracted to candy.
So, one of my missions this year is to read a new blog post per week and share my learning or relate my own experience. It may not be a breakthrough science, but sometimes we need a reminder about old stuff, don’t we?