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This is a discussion on Self Improvement - What are you currently working on? within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Rube You can practice on me any time you like! Wow Rube - you've responded before i ...
Maybe you secret project should be moved up on your list, don't say you didn't ask for it.
My goals are similar. I want to weigh less and I believe if I keep eating as I do it will make me look how I want to when I am older. Then I won't have to worry about how to hide myself much any more.
I'd love to learn more about lucid dreaming, negative + positive energies, meditation, ect.
I'm trying to perfect how I write and draw. I want to focus more on making ideas and using my creativity rather than being worrysome all of the time. I sort of want to be more capable of making friends.
I'm trying to eat healthier as I've been a bit down on myself and surviving solely on sandwiches, yoghurt, and nutella heh.
I'm also trying to be more positive and not let others get me down, even though two people have really disappointed me lately. If they want to be negative, fine, but I don't want that in my life.
Oh and no more procrastinating on things...
I'm working on my health: eating healthy, exercising = hoping to lose weight and have a healthier, active lifestyle.
Also working on trying to focus on ME as I have focused way too much on others that I've created alot of stress to my self.
Oh I could certainly name more than a few. I need so much improvement it's not even funny. I am always analyzing my own behavior to see how I can modify it while still being me. I think I've changed a lot, especially in the last couple of years. Not all of my changes were for the best(unfortunately) but I'm working on improving that...
I'm trying to eat healthier too. Work is so stressful at the moment. I'm glad I'm spending my spare time on good things, instead of zoning out and playing computer games like I used to.
Same here! I always make plans but a lot of times ended up with disappointment, then I read this powerful article on March's O Magazine where Oprah talked to Thich Nhat Hanh... "People sacrifice the present for the future. But life is available only in the present." It really smacked my head.
Though now I'm still making plans, but I don't want to put too much hope. Just do it one step at a time and enjoy the process.