Good Vibes

I’m a sucker for inspirational quotes, tea, and yoga classes. I’ve been attempting to reach my “true” potential for the past couple of years, and my newfound love for yoga has been a step in the right direction. As someone who is always anxiety ridden, I have seriously chilled tf out thanks to yoga. I’m not good at it or anything, but no one in a yoga class is the type to make fun.

It’s summer, and I’m always freaking out over the fact that I’m not doing enough. I should be reading more, laughing more, learning more. I want to somehow be totally fit + excelling at my job + hanging with friends + learning more about islam + reading a book everyday + writing more + watching all the Netflix shows I didn’t get a chance to watch during the school year. It’s my last summer and trying to do it all has me so fried to where I literally do 0 things everyday. I get so overwhelmed. I need to take a giant chill pill (figuratively.. not xanax).

There are so many things I want to accomplish, yet I’m not trying nearly as hard enough. The other day I watched BOTH Breaking Dawn movies in one sitting. Someone with a to-do list should not be watching the Twilight saga. I’m actually contemplating ripping this list in half. Lists are no fun. This list is stopping me from throwing more spontaneity into my life.

If you’re a meticulous planner like I am join me in switching over to the yogi mentality. Instead of freaking out about everything I’m just going to take a deep breath and start going with the flow. Nothing should be that serious. Eat that donut if you want. Watch those Twilight films. Everything is supposed to work out for the best anyways, right?

“The light within me honors the light within you. Namaste”