FriYay mornings are the best ones. Yes, that’s what we millennials call it. Everybody around me is busy gossiping. It’s a universal culture to gossip. They say any information out of gossip is treated as more valuable information than our own observations. That’s how human behaviour works, I guess.
The rumour mill moves faster in office corridors, during lunch breaks and over the extensions. The most common topic is the love affair. Fortunately, I can’t go and join the gossip, since I might be the subject of the rumour mill. Probably? Wait. Am I even interested in the first place? TBH, Aryabhatta invented the number of effs I give to some people’s opinion about me.
Looking at the date I realised that we have crossed the halfway point in 2017. It was time to check on myself. No matter where we are heading, we always pause to check back. It’s time for reflection, I said. It’s time to re-look at the new year resolutions I made (BS, No?), celebrate the goals I’ve achieved, eliminate the ones that no longer matter, and refocus on the ones that do.
I quickly opened my notes and quickly searched for resolutions I made. Resolutions are nothing but promises to self – intended steps towards betterment. I promised myself to get back to my creative roots. Spend time on productive things rather being lost in daydreams and the certain nightmares they call (people-who-don’t-matter).
People who have stumbled on my blog for the first time, let me quickly introduce myself to you. I am an average 26-year-old guy from Pune, India. I have had a few blogs in the past that I failed to update regularly, because of which they went inactive for a long time and eventually got shut down. I happened to stumble upon one of my old blogs, and reading through it, I realised it was one of the best hobbies I ever had. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve made a resolution for continuing to write something. It was time to fulfil that promise. Hence, I came up with TheConfusedGuy.
The last couple of years had been a year of several defeats and a handful of victories. Tsunami of disappointments relating to relationships, health, lifestyle – basically everything. I was in a whirlpool of negativity, emotions went haywire, and anxiety at its peak.
As someone rightly said Good times become good memories and bad times become good lessons, it gave me truckloads of lessons for life. No matter how nice you are to some people and no matter how nice they are to you, anything that can go wrong will go wrong (Murphy’s law). I have realised that all the problems and all of their answers lie within me, all I need is the strength and support to find them and fix them.
❤️ ❤️ Positive Vibes Only ❤️ ❤️
— Credits to a lot of people