Now that i’m finally coming out the other end of my most recent burnout, I wanted to share the effects that it’s had on my momentum and provide some tips and tricks that helped me get out of it.
Looking for the perfect time to take action is like looking for a needle in a hay stack, except you’ve been told there’s no needle and you decide to look anyway. Depending on how you look at it, either; the perfect time is never or the perfect time is now. Whichever way you look at it the time to act is now.
Living with a chronic illness has a huge impact on your life. It pushes you to your very limits and then pushes you a little further.
Living with Ulcerative Colitis for the past seven years has been a test and it’s only now since I’ve worked up the courage to talk about it that I’ve truly spent the time reflecting on my journey.
I’m going to admit, 2017 was a bad year.
Nothing good came from it apart from realising I needed to change.
It started with a break up. It always starts with a break up. Which resulted in getting back together/breaking up FIVE times throughout the year. While I know how stupid that was now, at the time it was like five little glimpses of hope. Five little chances to be back together.
I aim to read one book per week. I started reading at the beginning of this year and I made it up to 30 books. Which I’m pretty happy with. A book every 2 weeks. Tools Of Titans took me 3 weeks. Not because it’s a long book or hard to read but because every few pages I was writing down notes about something new I wanted to try.