Well, the title says it all. I did my last post in October, and i haven't been that active around here, but if somebody cares i have been kinda demotivated about everything lately...

 

 But i haven't given up of course, i'm still deacent in school, but i haven't given my best to it... And why is that? Well, i have had some troubles in my personal life... and i detend to sufficate my troubles in world of entertainment and "bad habbits"... so i have been just been lazy, playing video games and kinda breaking my diet, of course i'm always focusing during the classes and i'm active there... but at home i didn't really feel like doing anything.

 

But, I'm starting to get more and more motivated towards my studies, and i have singed to go to UK during my last year for On-the-job-learning. I've been getting myself in every possible course im offered, and this is because of a person that had very motivating speech in my school, about how i should do it, even though it doesn't sound first that interesting, but it will be great to have more experience... in everything, and i shouldn't think that "This isn't going to be any good for me anyways, so why should i do it?". Righ, almost forgot, I was introducing vocational gymnasium (double examination, i don't know the real translation for it, but it's the vocationa college + gymnasium.)

i did the intoduction for literaly 400 people, and i have always been really bad talker, especially to people that i have never met. I think it was a self improving experience :).

 

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Comment by Kokomo on November 26, 2011 at 4:38pm

Hey man

I also have the same problem. Like I am just not motivated to study hard. Eventually I get bored and fall into bad habits like League of Legends and watching wasting time. Don't sweat it bro. Just count to 10, and remember your urges to play game will pass, and if they are very strong then It is okay to play like 1 hour of game, but be mindful! There are 24 hours in a day and we sleep 8, so that is like 16 hours left. In those 16 hours probably like 3-4 hours are gone by doing stuff like making food, cleaning, pooping, showering, so really you have like 12 hours. Now if you are working everyday like me for 4 hours then you have like 8 hours to do what you want! FUARK :P just realized this now.... 

 

Infinite time is an illusion. Just become aware and do stuff in the present moment, right here and right now.Try to talk more to strangers. Here is a challenge for 31 days go out and talk with strangers. Like lets say 3 people, and it only counts if you have a 5 minute long conversation... Scary at first, but see what happens.

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