“You cannot expect to live a positive life if you hang with negative people.”
― Joel Osteen
I am not in a good mood today. I honestly feel like some of the people around me are bringing me down. You know what that means… time to start cutting people off. I hate that it’s hard for me to cut people off. I want to just be able to say “Hey no hard feelings, but you bring more negativity than positivity into my life and I don’t need that. Therefore, I am cutting you off. I wish you the best,I just no longer wish to be in contact with you.” If I wasn’t so nice a lot of people would of been cut off a long time ago. However, I continue to entertain people that just don’t deserve the time of day.
I have been doing good. I have been happy and enjoying my favorite month the last ten days. But something said to me yesterday made me reevaluate my entire life. It made me feel sick to my stomach. I feel like I take 5 steps forward just to take ten steps back sometimes. This is something I have to stop doing. I have way too much going on for me right now to be in my feelings.
I stayed up last night until 1am.
I was blogging and thinking… thinking and blogging. Lately those things seem like one in the same.
When I get in one of my funky moods music really helps me. Lately I have been listening to a lot of JoJo, Eric Bellinger and KeKe Wyatt. These artists are so real to me and their music puts me all the way at ease. I am currently sipping on a green tea frappucino on my lunch break. I really shouldn’t be drinking this.
Yesterday my best friend and I went to the gym. It was the worst experience ever! For one, I was in so much pain and for two, I was frustrated, because I think of all the progress I made that period of time I was working out earlier this year. The things I was able to do in April, I can no longer do. It’s annoying. I should of consistently kept working out. I won’t get discouraged though. I am going back to the gym tomorrow and hopefully I can seriously stick to this. With all the emotions I been feeling, I need to get some new hobbies. I have been watching more television, but that isn’t necessarily productive, so working out makes me feel better.