I have to share with you this weeks horoscope of mine. It’s from an app called Daily Horoscope that I have for a while, and I LOVE it because it calls me Moonchild. Isn’t that sweet?
First, Moonchild, pick up a pen. And yes, it must be a pen rather than a pencil. Now start writing your own horoscope.<- I MEAN WHAT THE FUCK??!
This is just another way of saying that you have the power to write the story of your life. I don’t think so :/
Although the stars may put certain things in your path, it is up to you to direct your fate. Good fortune is with you this week, but it will take effort and enthusiasm from you to tap into it successfully. This week, you will have a hint of the wonderful things you can accomplish if you keep your eyes and your ears open and follow your heart.
And so on, but those sentences weren’t as interesting as these above.
Never read a horoscope that literally said I should get a pen and paper and start writing my own. Like is it really just that I “have” the power to direct my life or is it a hint that this is the job I should get soon.
I’m in the middle of a so called ‘Quarter-life crisis’, but to be honest I have been suffering from it for years, and if you haven’t heard of it, that’s what I found: “Yesterday, LinkedIn published research that indicates that 75 percent of 25-to-33-year-olds have experienced a quarter-life crisis, defined as “a period of insecurity and doubt that many people in their mid-20s to early 30s go through surrounding their career, relationships, and finances.” And here you find it out why is this actually a GOOD thing.
Steel wool spinning at the beach.
I see myself working as a full time freelancer or sole trader because technically I’m still an artist or what. I’m not what people want to hire, just someone with my knowledge and not my missing experience.
My pride isn’t in the way to look for and accept a 9-5 dead end jobs like I have now. But I will eventually “hang my coat up” only getting these. By not being valued gives my life no meaning either.
You do want to get an answer in the not too distant future when you ask yourself: – Why am I here? What am I doing exactly?
I’m like a sponge, have to learn something new constantly, find more and more puzzle pieces from that “Big/Bigger picture”. One of my best and worst personality traits is that I’m able too a situation or issue from all sorts of different angles and situate myself in other people’s shoes. I’m not saying I understand them but I’m open-minded enough to see and accept their point too. After all nothing is simply just black and white or right and wrong. There’s a whole world of in between-s and too-s.
And it’s ok to be wrong.
Our society focuses on solely of being right and perfect and have no flows at all. But guess what, we all have flows, we aren’t perfect and probably wrong before we get it right. That’s the beauty of it. They are paired together for a reason, neither can exist without the other in contrast. Otherwise we would just take it for granted and complain anyway. We all LOVE to complain. Ideal vs Reality