Filled with gathering of the last belongings,
dismantling furniture and packing for the journey. It felt longer than the
other days, as it's been strangely chaotic and intense. My mind was all over
the place, resolving the 'fold or roll' clothes dilemma, being melancholic
about the leave and trying to stay positive (the grass is definitely greener).
It was challenging to focus on the regular tasks. The ones I promised myself to
focus on, no matter what. Writing two posts a day is one of them. But can you
create anything sensible when your brain just wants to hibernate and rest? It's
tough. That's when "no matter what" part is so important.
It was tempting to throw a towel, forget about the plan and relax. Irresistible.
Especially after seeing my friends. But 'no matter what' was drilling a hole in
my brain. I kept hearing motivational speakers talk about the discipline,
making a sacrifice, doing what no one else is prepared to do, in order to
achieve the goal. It was then, that I've decided to push myself one last time, open the laptop and start typing. My brain is still half asleep and not
willing to co-operate, so this post might not be as sleek as others (whom am I
kidding here). But I'm glad I pressed on and pushed myself. Well done. Now
let's hope this regime continues in Poland and I carry on writing. Till
next time, be lucky.