Self Improvement


Just like the title, I’ve been trying to do some improvement on my self. I’m trying to change some things on me, like habits.

I really hate doing repetitive and scheduled things. But schedule makes your life more… in check and meaningful? Like you know what you’ve been doing, and you can analyse if things gone wrong.

I find it hard to focus on just one thing at one time, I prefer to do more than one task in a go. But that makes me less satisfied with the result. I should have focused on doing one task at one time.

Thus I tried to write a blog and journal. Blog for interesting things, and journal for daily needs. But I failed… and that can be seen from my blog archive. How often did I post? Not even once a week… I know that perhaps because nothing really interesting happens every week as I don’t go anywhere, I prefer to stay at home during this pandemic (meh, even before pandemic). And journal? Sometimes making journal bring stress to me. As I’m a bit perfectionist, and I want all the things I put in my journal to be perfect, perfect lines and drawings. And that is really hard.

But I decided to try again. I’ll try with digital bullet journalling this time. Wish me luck.

I’m trying to do one thing at a time.

Baby steps.


11 thoughts on “Self Improvement

  1. Good luck with the digital bullet journaling! I faithfully kept a paper bullet journal for two months straight before getting bogged down with the process. I would love to see your process and how you do your digital bullet journal!

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    1. I did too! I tried with paper bullet journal for some months… it’s good when I have quite a lot of free time, because I can put more effort on the doodles and drawings 😦 thanks anyway πŸ˜€


  2. Yes, doing things typical to your daily schedule/routine on repeat is actually really exhausting. But doing those things consistently, without fail, is true test of your perseverance.


  3. Hi! I’ve been in a situation like you, and what I learned from my experience is trying to enjoy the process anyway. Sometimes, perfectionism makes us forget to enjoy the process, no matter how long it takes. It tends to make us expect an immediate result which will end up dissatisfying us. I agree that process is more important than perfection. Keep going! πŸ’ͺ


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