I have been keeping a blog since the beginning of the year, trying to follow a list of goals that I thought were what I needed to be better.
Take a look at the blog:
I was trying and trying but I kept failing and lying to myself but then I just realized that I don’t want to have goals anymore. At least not in the way I used to. I do not want them to be obligations: things that I need to follow!
What do you think about this?
I think you’re just realizing the goals you set you don’t want to follow because they’re either unrealistically unachievable or you just don’t really want it. You’re right about not needing to follow anything. You just follow whatever you WANT to follow(long story short: your dreams). Doesn’t matter what it is because it is your life to choose.
I know what you mean here kidvisions. I say go for it. Makes life a lot less predictable and you stop chasing after things you might not necessarily enjoy anymore. It’s not that you’re lazy or unmotivated, just going with what you feel instead of logic all the time. I think some goals are good though.
@Shredder: well, I think some were unrealistic and some were things I really didn’t want to do. Like, I can’t possibly study and play music everyday and get the best grades. At least, where I live such a thing is impossible. I either choose to do what I like sometimes and what I don’t like other times and just be contended with passing from one year to the other, or I can forget about one of them!
Some goals are good yes, but too much goals are really terrible.
I still do have some goals, but I don’t look at them as goals that I need to kill myself to achieve! Now, I have more realistic goals!
I never have goals. I’m not that needy.
Maybe I have KID VISIONS. Pun intended.
“If things start happening, don’t worry, don’t stew, just go right along and you’ll start happening too.”