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  1. zenLara

    Show up and do the work

    This challenge is going to be an extension of the past one, where I’ll keep tracking the activities I do every day, and how do those activities make me feel. Being attentive to what I’ve been feeling has been key to the success of the past challenge, after a few depressing months. Understanding how much I enjoy or dislike some things, helped to fight laziness, and also to avoid that overwhelming feeling I usually have because “there is so much to do”. I never felt overwhelmed during the past challenge, even on the days where I was working non-stop. Awareness has helped me find balance. Now, I’d like to introduce a couple of new things (nothing so new: cross-country running and handstands) and I’d like to find out whether I truly enjoy them and why I’ve always felt so attracted towards them. ACTION TIME SPENT FEELINGS AND SENSATIONS WH BREATHING AND COLD SHOWER MOBILITY MEDITATION ICELANDIC MUSIC PRACTICE HANGING/PUSHING YOGA (includes handstands) OUTDOORS RUNNING SKETCHING GYM
  2. zenLara

    Where did all the adamantium go?

    Wolverine is lost. She doesn’t remember who she is or why she came here. She has lost memory of the bright days, when she wandered through the fields and felt warm under the sun. She senses something is missing. Playfulness, adventure, effort… she hears their echos some times, but can’t fully grasp the meaning. In fear, she slowly distanced herself from life itself. But buried deep inside her heart, a small fire is still burning…
  3. Maybe it is too much of an epic thread title for what it will contain: the same old little daily steps towards what is, by now, an unknown destination; and also many, many ramblings… But I’m a bit moody lately and I’m in need of as much smiles as possible, so Adamantium Legend it is. As I’ve said, I don’t really know where I am going right now, therefore there will be no real “goals”, other than the wish to make my life better. I've reduced my daily habits to the smallest action I can do every day about each of them, to reduce the pressure of my strong inner critic. Doing that little action usually drives me to doing way more, but also allows me to feel that I'm working my way even on those days when I only do the smallest bit. Icelandic: open r/iceland and read one headline. Maths: open Alecs and do one exercise. Drawing: open the sketchbook and do a short sketch (2 minutes). Yoga: sit and do a couple of neck cercles to reduce tension. Music: take the flute and improvise for a couple of minutes. Reading: read 1 page. Strength: 1 push-up, 1 pull-up. (Not all of my daily actions are listed here, but these are the ones I'm trying to establish as daily habits right now). Also, I'd want to use this battle log as some sort of journal/rambling place where I can talk about the every day small or big things, vent when needed, and learn to talk about what I feel instead of keeping things to myself, which I do too much because there is a part of myself that says "I don't need sharing". I'm totally not ready to share too much irl, aside from my boyfriend, who is lovely and puts up with all the drama I throw at him when I'm anxious (most of the time), but I know I can do it here.