Dayve Rampas
Dayve Rampas
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Blog Detox: Everyday Life… Breathe

Whenever I’m not blogging, I would read some articles, visit some interesting blogs, or just watching some 5-minutes video on Facebook. Life has been quite busy for me lately, and I do sometimes wish that I can have vacation. But, what’s the point of having a vacation when my mind still stuck with those works. Life is life, and it goes on. It’s moving while we’re still breathing.

The greatest mistake you can make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one. – Elbert Hubbard

I have been thinking a lot lately about the adulting phase, getting older, and losing some of the people as I pass along the path of life. I meet friends, and cut off some of them, too. It’s somewhat cruel but that’s how I have to carry on my life, rather than having these toxic people to be part of my life (or even afterlife). Besides, I meet people to fall in love, and yes… Love is amazing. You meet someone, you start talking every day, you start dating and then you make it official. However, not every thing is wonderful like those in the rom-com Korean dramas. Sometimes, this so-called lover comes together with a frying pan – waiting to hit your head without a single pang of guilt. We all have this kind of experience, I’m sure you know the feeling really well.

I admit that I do find myself very down and demotivated, sometimes. I don’t want to sound like unable to cope my own problems, so I would usually look for other bloggers and read their blogs. Here are some of the blogs which I would like to share with you.

  1. How To Better Yourself – 23 Challenges That Will Change Your Life
  2. Using Your Empath Skills To Your Advantage
  3. I’m Scared of Getting Older. I’m Scared of Dying.
  4. Figuring It Out
  5. Self-Care Practices for Well-Being
  6. Learning To Like Doing Things On My Own
  7. I Am Woman. I Can Do It.
  8. How To Find Purpose After A Hard Fall In Life
  9. 6 Ways To Stop Taking Things Personally
  10. 9 Ways To Bounce Back From Failure

I do hope I’m not blogging hopelessness….

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