Inspirational Weekend: The Bored of Me Project

 

teal background with Inspirational Weekend in black lettersA couple of months after I grabbed a copy of our local magazine called: Las Vegas Woman Magazine, I came across an article about a woman who talked about her story of being adventurous and excited for life only to discover her life became routine and dull to the point that one day she didn’t recognize her self in the mirror and the woman she had become. Life happened and then routine took over which put out the fire her soul
once was.

I recommend her story to anyone who has ever felt this way at one point in their life or is currently suffering from lost self and boredom. Find out how she is taking back her life and what she is doing now. You can find her stories here:

The Bored of Me Project

The Bored of Me Project Phase 2

 

Here are 3 main takeaway points:

1. Find passion
2. Do what you love
3. Go for it

I hope you take some time to read her article and enjoy it as much as I did. How do you get out of the routine of your life? What fuels your soul? Leave in the comments below! 🙂

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A Quick Lesson From a Free Spirited Freelancer

So I have been at my current job for about 3 months now and I work with great people, each one has a unique talent and I am continuing learning something from them.

Just in the past 4 weeks I have been working along side a coworker from overseas we’ll call him Jim and he has been our design freelancer long before I cam aboard the company, so he was invited to come on a work Visa in the office and meet with us all.

Jim and I have been talking about life situations and the general stuff most freelance traveling types talk about…life. One day I asked him about living the way he does, works as a design freelancer, travels around to work on projects with various companies and has no general interest in working with the company other than to create great products and work on things that really matter to him

His mentality about how he lives his life made so much sense to me and more natural than what I have been spoon fed about how our society interprets living.

His current idea of success is living basic, not material, not living with an accumulation of stuff and material possessions.

Working to live and enjoy the life during his youth and not waiting to be older and retired to finally live.

Having a passion to explore and meet new people and get out of your comfort zone.

I took some time to look at myself and not try to compare but to try to understand the way I think about the world as I know it.

Jim sent me this inspiring YouTube video yesterday which sums up the way he thinks. You may have seen this one it’s been around a while. If you haven’t seen it either way take a moment to listen to this guy’s experience.

My admiration for out of the box free thinkers like Jim will help me stay focused and motivated. I hope this video inspires you too.

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Today’s Inspired By For You

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So today at work I was sitting with a co-worker and we were discussing various topics and one of them happened to be an eye-opener for me, when you are confident within your self you don’t need an outside force to hold on to. You have your built in knowledge of what you need to do. The outside forces that are there to help you are just tools you can use to acquire your mission. I have heard this before, but now it made total sense to me! I found myself once again experiencing that spark of the Aha moment everyone seems to talk about when they hear exactly what they needed to hear at that precise moment. That happened to me.

You see I have always struggled with lack of confidence and low self esteem, much like many others out there in the world who know deep down in their souls that they are here on this earth to accomplish something bigger than themselves. Not just waste away on the sofa staring at their mobile phones, waiting for life to slap the phone out of their hands to see that there is a bigger picture in life besides what’s in their devices.

This week I decided to delete the phone apps for social media all except one. That I only use to goof of on and not really post anything important, more of a quick bit if fun. I must say that I don’t really miss social media! I get so much more joy working on important projects that will help build my future than the immediate gratification of what’s happening to someone I used to know.

My goals are now more important to me than ever before, I feel as if I am on a time clock that is skipping ahead to the end point of my existence, Being in my early 40s, I know that time is slipping and according to our society I need to count them as they will soon disappear and then I will be dead,

So my new mission in life is to create a life plan that will allow me to truly express myself and stay confident in not matter what is thrown my way. Yes, it is easier said than done but I know it can be done. I’m more inspired to take action from the knowledge that people offer.

Here’s a TED Talks from Inspirational speaker Peter Sage. The video is called “Stop Waiting for Life to Happen.” It’s a great listen and take what you need from it to help you stay motivated on your path. I know so many people who wait for life to happen and it never does because, life doesn’t wait for anyone, you have to jump aboard and ride the wave. I hope you enjoy this video and my post.

If you would like to share your AHA Moment! Please leave a comment below. I would love to hear your stories about how you started reliving life!