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Back to school

September 1 is the day I have always been looking forward to as a kid and now as an adult. How come I am always a minority? My peers used to hate school and now seems like nothing has changed. Art school, music school, sports school… If I had three more lives I would have spend each one of them in a different school, oh well.

If every person we ever meet is a teacher than the learning curve will always be there. Sometimes our teachers are strangers on a bus or canine/feline friends of ours. For me my students are usually doing this job the best. The lesson I learned today is pick your dreams carefully, they might come true faster than you think. Make a list of all the things you want to do, see how many months / years you need to make it happen and than divide them into long-term and short-term ones. Act! Make it happen, friend 🙂

I need to learn to play the piano, I want to do it so much that I started daydreaming about it. I am making a list of all the songs I want to play, majority of them is rock ballads. I feel like I have to think of something else, something more optimistic in a major key. What a great skill some of us have! Sharing the music with others is like sharing the food. If I could play a song every day during my lunch break I would be the happiest person in the world.

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Skills so much needed

When you start every day wondering what skill you will have to learn today it doesn’t sound like a dream job but maybe this is what it is. Pushing yourself outside your comfort zone is not a walk in the park and definitely not a piece of cake for all I know.  While the school is almost over and the freedom that summer brings is so near you keep asking yourself Am I ever going to graduate? School of life is a bit tricky, it makes you learn a new lesson when you feel that you are done, finished and ready to face the challenges.

So much to live, so much to learn. Isn’t it frustrating and inspiring at the same time? Ambiguity of this question brings us closer to philosophers and thinkers that devoted so much time to discover the truth trying answer all the Why – questions.

What skills do you have to survive or what skills do you think you have? Recently I learned that my arsenal is not big enough, it’s a steep learning curve for sure but the good news is it’s never too late to learn.