Also I'm sick.
So my good habits have like ended and I'm trying to figure out why. For a while I was doing yoga daily. Now it's like things are a mess and nothing is going right.
I got sick, spent time on 4chan and have been talking to people I might want to date. And doing weight lifting which is rough. And work which is forever and always.
Need to get back into things but idk how. So let's figure this shit out of something.
You've hit something I refer to as "the dip" (which I basically got from a book by Seth Godin with the same name as its title), which refers to a point in time whenever you are trying something new that you just don't want to do it anymore (for lack of better phrasing), and almost every ounce of your being is telling you that you need to do it but you can't.
I could write a motivational essay or give you some personal story or some other bullshit but I don't have the energy to do it or the time to spend on it because I don't know if it'll actually incite some sort of change in you.
You are slacking, plain and simple. If you think your life could work out in the better for it, then keep doing it. Keep fucking doing it until you becomes a habit. A few months or even a year or so of doing shit that you don't want to do will probably make your life way fucking better in the end.
Work through whatever slump you're going through right now and you will love yourself for it.
I was going to actually try an give you some legitimate advice if you wanted to be serious. Depending on your age and sex it could determine why you are feeling this way and how best to correct it.
Thanks. I know you're right but I'm tired of fighting the laziness within. Appreciate the post.
I don't understand what my age and sex has to do with anything here. Motivation is a human problem we all face at some time or another. If you don't want to offer your advice because I said I was an elf that's fine too though.
Fuck off Pegasus you don't know shit about motivation.
I'm about to do my work now, I was transferring my music ;)
Laziness is something you will always have to battle with if it's how you've always been. I'm an ENTP, and that's pretty much an identifying factor for people like me.
Finding a way to get yourself to do work as a naturally lazy person is about doing what you need to do. Not putting it off, not telling yourself that you SHOULD/NEED do it, but getting started. If you can get started then it's a cakewalk from there.
Meyers-Briggs is bullshit. Don't use it categorize yourself.
What part of this is me blogging? I'm asking for advice in the advice forum.
Very interesting. I like how it starts out by suggesting housewives and mystery novelists can't know what they're talking about. Makes some decent points though. Maybe personality types are just something fun to talk about like horoscopes.
Just shut up.
Obviously you can't define a person based on one of 16 character portraits. People typically lean towards one over the other but I'd say most people fall somewhere between 2-3 of them.
Horoscopes are based on no evidence whatsoever so saying that they're similar isn't a fair comparison.
Well I was saying that there's no reason to base any serious decisions on the tests. Like choosing a career or partner or something.
But there's no form in talking about your type and how you fit it or whatever.