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If nothing goes right… Go Left.

 

We tend to forget that when something doesn’t go the way we want it to, it proves that we didn’t expect to fail which is pretty interesting. There is always more than only one possible result. 

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How to catch the monster in 5 steps.

Take a deep breath and concentrate on the following:

1. Is it time?

2. Is it me?

3. Is it them?

4. Is it that?

5. Am I even here?

 

“Huh?! What was that? What a waste of time, this article.”

(everyone, first impression, 2017)

This is probably what you are telling yourself right now. However, you have probably caught the monster.

Don’t be scared to ask yourself those questions. No one knows you better than yourself.

Have a great day and stay motivated!

Antoine Veilleux

aveil042@uottawa.ca

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“Catch me if you can.”

(Zzee MoNsTER, teasing you, 2017)

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“En procrastinant, j’embrasse le présent” (My citation)

Sometimes it is clear that we procrastinate for the bad reasons. However today, I want to approach this “problem” in a positive way.

Firstly, what is procrastination?

The art of escaping the work?
The art of dissimulation?
The “PSYCO101—anxiety and stress management”?
NO, NOT TODAY!!!

From now till the end of the day:

It is the art of listening to your body.
It is the art of saying no.
It is the pause I needed.

Prevent yourself from always pursuing the future so you don’t lose track of what’s happening at this moment.

Acknowledge what are your present needs. You may have to take a step back to finish the run without falling or find yourself in a desert with only two “skittles” left.

Everyone needs sometimes to say:

“Long hair, don’t care!” 🙋

I do think, has human beings, we should be more interested in the present. There is no such thing has living life constantly expecting the future to be now, but just truly feeling like we are in the past. Live in the present it’s way simpler. Once in a while forget your responsibilities, my friend.

Have a good day!
See you tomorrow, ehhhh no-no, see you next week; maybe next next-week!

Antoine Veilleux
daytodayantoine@gmail.com

“A rock that doesn’t roll, doesn’t accumulate dust, he just waits for the rain.”
(Antoine, think it’s funny, 2017.)