Some bands we have to grow up to :') for example edgy teens who stop listening to Bullet for my Valentine and move on to some more heavy and complicated music - I was one of them
and btw I bought myself 2 Fleshgod Apocalypse albums "The King"; "Agony" and 1 Primodial album "Where Greater man have fallen" Pardon the burst of music I listen to but haven't had a chance to actually talk about it with anyone for last 2 years
It is Great to hear about you jamming again ! It is also nice to hear that someone grew up on bands that go me into the alternative and then metal genres! To continue the chain of good band I propose Meshuggah as another prog band.
Day - I don't care honestly Work out - done - did some new exercises today to spice things up diet - kept grateful for: nothing particular just that I can breathe!
- Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New OneBook by Joe DispenzaMy suggestion is to read them for the last time and sell/ give them away. Keep only those that do not make you urge to play again. Past experience is an amazing thing to go back to, but it should not define how you live right now and what you want to achieve in the future. Do your memorabilia represent: a person you are and want to become or your past? Is your past that defines the values you believe? Do those items add any value to your everyday life? If you want to let go the past holding on to items that represent it might not be a good decision.
Hey welcome to the forum @EndOfAnEra I am glad you are here. What I personally take from minimalist's podcast is "long term goals define my short term actions" - or something like that - it keeps me rolling every day From the bands you mentioned I conclude that you like prog metal. You must also listen to Devin Townsend Project. If not, you must check them out!
I had been always playing f2p games, however I had spent some money on them. I totaly get your nostalgia! I have this one game Heroes of Might and Magic 3 that just means so much to me! Even though it is 20 years old - so older than me . Fortunately this nostalgia doesn't make me want to play the game.
Day 31 work out/diet - done meditation - done studying - right now
Żyję!!! Trochę się działo więc zapomniałem cokolwiek pisać na forum Obecnie skupiam się na nauce do sprawdzianów z biolcy, fizyki i chemii. Staram się spełnic wymagania na college w Edynburgu.Więc siedzę i robię fizykę xD. Jeszcze miesiąc i koniec szkoły. DIeta powoli pomaga i troszkę przytyłem. Dalej ćwiczę i chyba są jakies postępy. Na pewno nie zamierzam przestawać. dziś jescze mam w planie zacząć naukę medytacji z książki "Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One"
day 17 Work out done diet maintained I decided to give up my summer job - the same one as last year - to better prepare for SAT subject tests. I have only one chance to get a good score on each of them which means there is no room for one month break from reality. I made this choice because of the deadlines for the Edinburgh medical college's applications. I have only two SAT left to get needed scores and three subjects to pass. In this case, I must choose to study over exiting job opportunity.
Day 15 work out - done - I am more than happy that I still find a motivation to do it in the ideal world I ill never stop working out I have nothing to do in school so I want to do everything to set up my schedule. I want to focus on achieving specific goals.
for 3 days straight I am talking with my friend from Poland. Since we are done with chemistry classes I have 2 periods of free time in school and I can talk with him almost every day.
I try to work on my concentration - reading one hour straight in complete silence and with no electronic devices. I use it as a practice before a presentation to calm my mind.
It is funny how I work out among kids, teenagers, and adults and I don't care about what they think. 1 year ago before I started my first detox it would be impossible. Also big shot out to the book by Joe Dispenza Breaking the habit of being yourself. This book in the last 3 weeks helped me more than anything or anyone before. I can recommend it to everyone.
Music: Back to the past - Trivium: Kirisute Gome; Shattering The Skies Above; Forsake Not The Dream
I am grateful for: my best friends in Poland who still remember me after 2 yearsthe playlist I have been creating for a year now, there is nothing better than 30 hours of great music.motivation to do a work out Training Pal's youtube channel
Day 14 and 15 14 - nothing happened 15 - 5 am have to do homework for history can't wait to work out today eating more food - again only healthy food - makes me lazy, or it might be my sleep deprivation actually. after the history test today my week seems to be free from serious school work. I will catch up on my personal goals that I gave up for a week, idk why
need some energy in the morning: Fleshgod Apocalypse: The King
D 13 I can't stay productive while I am on my diet - I need to get at least 10 pounds to finally not be underweight for the first time in my life - I am so not used to eating so much or rather so healthy that I find an excuse "I need to digest it first" to not do any work... hilarious
Do not think about yourself as an underachiever. A path to a goal it is not as straightforward as it seems. It is not an exponential growth. Evaluation of your goals is a good step to be honest with yourself about what you really desire. Try to do things and make decisions that are related to your long term goals. The long term goals should define them. And remember that the price at the end isn't measured only by how hard we work. World would look differently if it was the only factor of how successful a person can be.