There is a fine line between self reflection and self critique. •
This year has been a whole new level of self reflection. At least once a day, and more often several times a day, I reflect on my day, on my life, on what I’ve been doing right, and what isn’t working. I reflect on every possible aspect of my life, and from this habit of reflection, I am able to continuously improve.
Everyone does this once in a while if not regularly, but there is a fine line between self reflection and self critique. You need to be careful of the fact that when you do go back and give yourself a moment to think over the decisions you made, accept those decisions for what has been done. You can’t change decisions that have been made, but you can think about if it brought you joy.
If you reflect on the things you did right, on your successes, that allows you to celebrate every little success. It allows you to realize how much you’ve done right, the good things you’ve done in your life.
Let’s say it didn’t bring you joy. DO NOT WORRY ABOUT WHAT IS DONE. move on and think about how you can fix the matter later but in the mean time, don’t put yourself down. No don’t do that. Remind yourself that you’re work in progress and it’s just a dip until the up hits again which will only come if you learn from your mistakes through self reflection and not self critique.
I don’t even know if I make sense. Lol
But does anyone else feel me? •
Bike riding (on Sunday) from Pier 39, over the Golden Gate Bridge and into Sorcelito was epic, gorgeous scenery, but it was mainly epic because for these non bikers it was mighty challenging riding up over the hills! My oh my those hills, needless to say I pushed the bike up the hill a few times, lol, I was puffed at the end. A fun adventure though to tick off the bucket list. 🚲🌳💖☺️🚲 .
¡Buenos días San Francisco!
Ayer empezamos con una excursión para conocer la historia de la ciudad, saborear sus cuestas, subir a las colinas de Twin Peaks, admirar sus casas victorianas,...
Después de un sándwich de lechuga (no con, de), nos adentramos en la prisión de Alcatraz, una experiencia impactante, la verdad.
Continuamos en el Pier 39, en el puerto. Un lugar donde puedes gastarte todo tu dinero y el que no tienes en cuestión de horas. ¡Comer, beber y comprar! Maravillosa la lámina gigante de arte moderno que va para mi casa.
Y para terminar el día, dos pizzas enormes (como todo aquí, menos la cosa de lechuga) en la Little Italy de San Francisco. Pizzas que aun nos siguen acompañando en la habitación.
Hoy nos espera un día por el centro y una visita especial: el museo del oro.
Living in only English is more tiring than I thought.
But I decided to enjoy everything.
I have no time to stop.
Be able to write all overflowing emotions in English.
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