I was contemplating whether I should write my daily log today. After all, I have been consistently inconsistent with the posting. Sometimes you will get a string of posts and sometimes you will get silence.
And the reason is very simple.
I write whenever I feel like it.
Right now, I can tell you I actually didn’t feel like writing today. I’m down with an allergy attack and I’m very sleepy.
You see, I’m heavily influenced by my mood and emotions at any point in time. If I don’t feel like I have anything to say, I will stay quiet for hours. If I feel like I can’t produce any decent work, be it programming or writing, I don’t do it. Because I really don’t want to clean up my own mess later.
But I know that’s not the right work ethics, especially if you look at the advices those high-performers put out: One should keep doing even when they don’t feel like it.
I agree with that. But it wasn’t enough to give me the necessary kick to write this log. It was something else. Or should I say, someone.
Now, I don’t usually get comments in my post because my posts are really for recording my life so that I can use it to reflect back. So when someone actually took the time to comment on a post, it makes me really happy. I’m even happier when I get to converse with the person and share our story.
So thank you, aidylgrace, for taking the time to comment and share your story. It has the unintentional effect of making my day great again. 😀
And it’s important to me that I record days like this.
With that, I better get some rest and see if this allergy will go away after a good night sleep.