Showing posts from August, 2014

Fear Can Be Good?

So it's that time of year. Again. When the evil ways of society force us to go back to school and feed us the lie that we need to learn something so we can be productive human beings and actually have a life. Okay..... So there may be something to the whole "being a productive human being with a career" thing. No matter how much school can suck, the pros probably outweigh the cons. And it gives you time to figure out what you want to do with your life, and experience new things, new people. If only they could up with a way to teach that didn't involve essays and hours upon hours of readings.

I'm actually going into my last year of university, and it is bitter sweet. I'm excited that I'm finally going to finish school, but at the same time that means I have to go out into the "real world" and become one of those "productive human beings" of society, and that, is terrifying. But I think that life should be terrifying sometimes (the good …

How To Build Your Confidence

A long, long time ago, I had to do something I didn't want to do. I had to go to the dreaded place where doctors reside. Yeah, I know, doctors are supposed to make sure your healthy and all that crap we tell ourselves to make us feel better. But lets face it, no one wants to go to the doctor.

I wouldn't say that I was actually afraid to go, but I was definitely nervous. I don't know why, maybe I have some subconscious fear that I'll go to a doctor and they'll tell me I'm dying. But enough about me, I'm here to tell you some ways that you can boost your confidence so that you can get through the hard things. Like going to the doctor. (Just a side note, I really do appreciate all that doctors do, even if I don't necessarily want to go to them).

Tip # 1 Tell yourself that you can do it. That you are confident. That you have the power! Yeah, okay, it sounds like B.S., but seriously, it works. If you tell yourself something long enough, you really do start to …