Anyone else in this quarantine overthinking their entire life?
I have kept myself busy. I am reading, writing, doing homework, and just trying to live my best quarantine life out here but I keep overthinking everything.
I start work in 2 weeks and I am overthinking that.
I am overthinking if I want to move right now, when I want to move, what job I want to do, am I going to get my masters? EVERYTHING. Like every little thing.
I have made 6 pros and cons lists today…. Itʻs exhausting to overthink everything.
Anyways, other than that today was a pretty good and chill day. I crossed a bunch of stuff of my to-do list. I went on a little walk, and I went on a run this morning. I also have another ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi class tonight and I love my classes. I love learning about Hawaiian, I love just being around other people who want to learn and who want to be a part of the next generation of Hawaiian language learners.
Also…. I FINISHED BECOMING! It took a while, but I finished it and I am sad. I love Michelle Obama. I feel like we are friends. I feel so inspired just to go out there and do amazing and beautiful things. I want to help lift the next generation and just really be filled with dignity and grace.
The next book on my list is Atomic Habits by James Clear and A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson.
Atomic Habits is a nonfiction book that I have heard so many people RAVE about. I am all about motivation, putting new systems and habits into motion so I am ready.
I bought A Small Death in Lisbon actually in Porto, Portugal. I wanted to get something that represented my portugal trip as well as a good book. I definitely found it (Also itʻs a bonus if the authorʻs name is Wilson).
Iʻm really not sure what is going to happen in the next week, month, or even year, but I know I just have to continue taking it one day at a time.
I am so proud of each and every one of you who is going through this quarantine and is making it out. You guys are awesome.
I hope you all stay safe and stay healthy.