9/8/2021 0 Comments
Every day I am reminded of the daily tasks I must accomplish to have a productive week, whether in my personal or work life. Throughout my blog, I have openly discussed the anxiety that I face, but as time goes by, I have gained more insight into some of the stressors that have led to these feelings of anxiousness. There's one specific issue I've encountered numerous times and what I have identified as a main contributor to my anxiety, which is difficulty living in the “now.”
For me, living in the exact present moment and freeing my mind of any future goals or tasks that need to be completed is almost like pulling teeth. It's as if my mind is constantly racing: full of thoughts about the next thing I need to do or the next phase in my life I'm anticipating. In your late 20s, it can be a little discouraging when you look at others or simply examine your own life and notice that there are still many life events that seem to be hanging in the distance, seeming unattainable or something that just won’t happen for you.
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