Just yesterday I was writing in my journal about how I have been feeling like there is something that I want, and I keep searching for it, but I don’t even know what I’m even looking for. I watch Youtube videos about productivity and finance, I listen to podcasts and audiobooks, I read blog posts and magazines. I do this every day, on top of work and study. I feel like I always need to be doing something or learning something, or else I’m wasting time and I feel guilty. I know that this is an unhealthy feeling. That I’m suffering from information overload. I know that there is no secret hidden in a podcast episode that will instantly make me rich or successful. I love learning new things, it makes me happy, so I will never stop doing that. However, I do recognize that I need balance in my life. By “coincidence” I came across a quote from the writer Ann Lamott, “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” Today.com article on 14 value life lessons Ann Lamott wrote on a Facebook Post. I can’t argue with that! When my internet
I’m Lily. I live in California and study architecture. I enjoy learning about personal development, finance, and health. Through my writing I strive to share with you life lessons, tools, books, and anything creative I do or come across. Enjoy!