Dear Diary: Analyzing My Life As A Writer Through My Psychology Project. ♥


Dear Diary, 

So, I am sitting at my computer right now, working hard on my psychology project when I realized that I needed to take a moment to reflect on the actual effects of this. My psychology project was a behavior change project, meaning that i had to choose an activity I enjoyed doing and spend time changing how I carried out my behavior. This project has actually given life back to my love for writing as well as establishing a sense of inspiration to continue on no matter how hard things may seem at the moment. It made me realize that I do have a talent, a knack for something, and that if I stop worrying (I stress a lot) so much, I’d be able to unload all my troubles in the work I carry out. 

I’m sixteen years old, and in two years I’ll be in University, beginning my life. It is rare for a person to know exactly what they want to do so early in their lives, but for me, I always knew I wanted to be a writer. From the very first story I read, I knew that I’d someday want to create something of equal value.  My account, as well as here on this blog has really changed the way I write, because I’m constantly switching out words, learning new things, and coming up with new ideas. You need not worry about all the petty problems, all you need to care about is the people around you, and what you dream to become. 

I’ve come so far as a person, and I’ve become someone I never imagined I’d be. I’m doing things today that i’ve only dreamt of before, and that’s making progress! Everyone needs a little uplifting once  in a while, and once you’ve found your holy grail talent or hobby, you know that it could be the very thing that carries you very far in life.

Thanks for reading! ♥

Beacoup D'amour - Anisa Nasir

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