I find this question a difficult one to answer. Are there people I find challenging to deal with? Yes, of course, there are. I'm not always an overly patient person so this is definitely something I struggle with regularly. I also tend to let go of that type of thing very quickly though. In the moment, I express my frustration, but it usually doesn't carry over into my day to day. (The only person I see literally every day is N anyways. We tend to get along most of the time.)
I'd definitely say I sometimes struggle to accomplish everything I've set out to do for the day too. For the most part though, I'm fairly successful in my endeavours. Every once in a while I'll overload my expectations, but I wouldn't say this is a huge challenge for me.
I'm hesitant to write about a past challenge as I think it's easy to fall into a cliché & I don't want this to be that kind of post. Let's say in the present, shall we?Follow @whoalansi
As a twenty-something, I think I struggle most with whether or not I'm choosing the right path. I've graduated University & have been working for a few years now, but am I working towards the things that I want or or am I just working? Am I taking steps to unlock the doors I want opened? Or am I sitting back & letting things fall into place? These are hard questions to answer, but I think at some point we all stumble across them.
When I say the right path, I'm talking career-wise. As a couple, we have goals for ourselves. Things like owning a house in the inner city, taking the time to travel together while we're young (especially, but not exclusively), & enjoying wonderful meals together.
There are two reasons to work towards the right career. The first one is for our own happiness - to feel a sense of accomplishment & joy around work. You spend at least eight hours a day doing it so hopefully you enjoy it to some extent. That's the dream anyway, right? The second reason is to have the ability to achieve our personal goals. & that's the big one. Life isn't all about work, so I hope everyone has some goals outside of it.
I think this challenge is an important one to think about, but a difficult one to overcome. As someone who always strives to improve, sometimes I struggle to look back on my decision without criticism.
This post took a different turn than I was expecting, but that's what I'm enjoying about this Journal Day. I've been tempted to censor some of these entries for fear of how someone may react to my thoughts, but I'm glad I haven't yet & hope to continue with this.
If you want to check out Danielle's post this week or follow along with the prompts, check out her blog, Sometimes Sweet.