Yesterday I completed one week of being by myself, not in a job.
And I can’t begin to tell you how easy I have felt over these 8 days.
I have jumped in the blocks of tiles in my home.
I have written (for myself) in these 8 days more than I have written in the last 3 months.
I have executed multiple ideas.
Thought of new ones.
I feel fresher.
I smile more.
I have gone on more walks.
I haven’t skipped a single workout.
I have spoken to my parents more.
I have even felt no need to watch Anupamaa.
Spent lesser time online.
Spent more time reading, writing, and chilling.
I have smiled at strangers.
I have been okay with unusual events.
And, never checked Facebook 🙂
Meditated every single day morning and evening – without fail.
Felt like drawing my boundaries even stronger.
Listened to my intuition loud and strong.
Went on walks at the terrace 3-4 days of this month so far.
Started thinking about my content strategy.
And also a plan of getting things done.
And also about being clearer on what to do and what not to do.
It’s been only one week.
But looks like I have found myself after so long.
Back in my job, I used to forget the important deets – when was that special event, how I celebrated my last birthday, when was the last time I cleaned everything in my room, when was the last time I did sirsasana with seriousness.
The job, in all its glory, was epic. But over time, I didn’t realise it had started sucking out a part of me. Slowly and gradually, I became so numb that I failed to notice the most important things.
With that, there is a goal of 2X last drawn salary, every month for the first 3 months, as I figure out the longer plan, while having fun pro max. Will keep you all posted 🙂