The good news is that this is a life-long journey and I have many more opportunities to practise whenever I need more than I want

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Wanting to be better at what you do is good as long as you do that with kindness. Despite the fact that I am aware at that I can still push myself too hard to achieve advanced poses when my body says no. She also says that be aware of your mind, don’t use yoga asanas to punish yourself. Funny enough I once confined to my lovely yoga teacher friend that I used asanas to punish myself. That was the biggest insight I ever had.

https://drsti.yoga/2021/05/02/lets-talk-about-greed-on-the-mat

I find every opportunity to preserve my energy, and zero opportunities to go after what I want

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I’m a couch potato with a lot of dreams and ambitions and zero follow through because I love to watch television and I am easily distracted by TikTok. But, I want to be better. I do! I’m not going to make any promises here, not this time. But, I am going to say that I’m trying.

https://semi-employed.com/2021/02/24/lazy

I have so much more free time to do fun things

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I am starting to lean towards taking a gap year next year and just seeing what happens. I had such intense tunnel vision at the beginning of college in regards to soccer and wanting to be a doctor that now I feel like I missed out on pursuing other interests. Now that I am certain I’m not interested in either of those things, I want to take the time to explore other things. The best and most fun opportunities I have encountered so far have happened when I take a step back and explore what makes me most excited. I am also nervous that if I rush into school again I might miss out on unique opportunities that wont be around for too long. I won’t be young forever but law school isn’t going anywhere!!

https://grace12.travel.blog/2020/10/28/senior-year-week-10