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[1: 1,883 of 10,000] To Change A Habit Is Possible

In Journal on May 29, 2017 at 12:04 AM

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To change a habit is possible.

I have always preferred white sugar for my tea, because it is sweet and I don’t want to be part of the crowd who is too conscious about what they eat… it felt pretentious and involved a lot of work. I thought few white sugar couldn’t possibly turn me into a giant whale.  After few sessions at the gym with a watchful trainer, I decided that I can change and choose to be healthy.

At first, I will have to bear to eat foods that are healthy even if they don’t taste delectable to my palate, like using sweetener instead of a regular sugar. Eventually, I couldn’t really tell if it took more than a week and I could distinctly taste that the white sugar is “too sweet” and I couldn’t eat chocolates or cookies anymore knowing it is excessive with unhealthy sugar.

Habit like taste preference can be changed in my story, either for my betterment or to my detriment. The choice has always been mine, and it is only when I become open to try a new way that I will find out and ready to give my sincere effort. I can survive now without white sugar not because I am forced but I just accept that I could.

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[1: 1,693 of 10,000] The Blogging Commitment

In Journal on March 5, 2016 at 11:31 AM

Look at my daily blogging insight:

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I have a good 6 months last year from May to October and then I have to make a choice if I am committing to my work who demands that I learn it, get comfortable, and be an expert.  Obviously, my work right now was prioritised but it doesn’t mean I could just totally abandon blogging.

I feel a little sad that I was not able to commit to my daily blogging, it looked crazy (the OCD in me) that there are lots of greys instead of blues. I have to make more effort to be more efficient of my time and make sure that I have better concentration so I can still make a blog everyday. It’s a matter of making good habit. I could not not write because it is what fuels my soul and it feels like it is one of my essential and unique contributions to the world amongts my other personas as an employee, a sister, a friend, a relative, a colleague, and a stranger.

I can do this! 😛

[1: 1,661 of 10,000] The Habit Of Relying On Experience

In Journal on November 24, 2015 at 6:50 AM

Experience teaches me which way would hurt me, what would give me delight, and why never again will I commit the same mistake twice. The reference of previous happening is the perfect teacher and yet sometimes I try with a slight higher hope that a little twist will result to something different, hopefully amazing.

I am fascinated that every experience though almost similar still offer a unique quality because I am growing everyday, in case you have not admitted, we are all growing old, gaining new insights, and with that no almost similar circumstance would always end up with the same result.

Nothing happens as a coincidence but I believe about every human being has his own path of journey. Every experience matters for himself and probably even to others.

It’s normal to rely on past experience but it is courage to deviate from it and tackle an unknown territory and include new cast in the scenario. The beauty of life is I get to experiment until the very last second of my breath; and it is always with the hope that despite the pain, it was worth it, because it served a purpose higher than myself, bigger than my fulfillment, or simply serving with true love.