Hello friends. It’s been so long. The last time I posted an update was a year ago… XD Happy New Year 2017, my readership, or the lack thereof, hopefully not! Wow, I’m 10 days late. I tried to post on New Year’s Eve but, life happened and I was out partying. No, not really. I’m not really the party type of girl. I don’t know how to party. Maybe I do, but partying, to me, might mean something else to others.
I know it’s a little too early. It’s not even Christmas, yet (as of this posting). However, I wanted to be one of the first people on the internet who posts a list of life changing apps of 2016. Like that will ever happen. For all I know, buzzfeed already has a draft sitting in their dashboard since, like, last new year. It is still worth a try, I suppose.
I’m going to express my year 2016 in a song that was not written by me. I would have written my own but this one already tells everything I have to say.
My 2016 song talks of Jesus’ love that’s sweeter than wine. I haven’t tasted wine so I really don’t understand that comparison. I have, however, tasted honey :p and I get the point. Anyway, this song perfectly defines my year, which happens to be, the best year of my entire life yet.
When I’ve been in a fast moving train for quite some time, sometimes I just want to get off and make time stand still. That is, enjoy the moment without letting it pass by. It is impossible, however. So, I just do this. Write stuff.
I honestly don’t know what to say. I’m just liking the feels I get when sitting back, relaxing and listening to beautiful music (About Time movie soundtrack, “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds). Some songs make us feel sad, for some reasons. Music, really, is powerful. And this is the kind of music flawed humans make. Imagine if we were already perfect. I can’t help my thoughts from gravitating to the heavens. I wonder what kind of music Jesus listens to.
Hello, my dear readers. I am very happy and fulfilled to share with you that I have successfully created my first, official, habit. Like I said in my previous posts, I’m starting really small, taking in everyday as slowly, enjoyable and productive as possible.
The first habit I tried developing is reading one bible chapter a day. They say, to make a habit effective, there must be a trigger to remind us when to do it. With my crazy, randomly rotating schedule, the most effective triggers for my habit are before going to bed (whatever time that is) and after waking up (whatever time that is).