Peanut Butter & Nutella
Granola Bar x2
Wake Up @ 1pm | Slept 8 Hrs
Blog Work @ 2pm - 3pm
I finished a special edition post, Step into the Fear! I love it and will be rereading it whenever I need to overcome a silly fear.
Walk to Starbucks
I didn't see the car coming:
Startup Work @ 4pm - 8pm
Walk to Chipotle
At first I walked to a pizzeria. Here's an example of me "stepping into my fear":
The waitress got me a water. I looked at the menu. And then left after apologizing to the waitress. I hate to disappoint, but it was way too expensive and fancy for a pizzeria. If I let my "fear win" I would have ordered and sulked over the cost.
Blog Work @ 8pm - 10pm
I played with multiple daily log formats. How do you like this version where it's less of a timeline and more of a rundown?
Walk to Airbnb
Where I've been staying in Little Italy, Cleveland:
Watch YouTube @ 11pm - 12am
I love these guys because they constantly step into their fear for our amusement:
Blog Work @ 12am - 4am
I took some time to respond to emails. One had the subject line "Honest Feedback" from an anonymous source:
"No one is looking to you for inspiration or motivation. You're a recent college graduate who hasn't done anything significant in your adult life yet."
I haven't done anything significant, but I have done a lot which can serve as inspiration and so have you! More people should share their stories and truths - let's elevate our conversations!
"Nobody needs a list of how to be good at reading or stretching. And nobody cares about what kind of sandwich you ate at 2:40 PM on a Thursday."
The 3,700 people who watched the reading video would disagree. One of the reasons I share the day-to-day is because I believe, "It's the journey that matters in the end".
"There are thousands of travel blogs and goal setting programs that are created by people who are frankly far more qualified and effective than you."
He is right... for now. But he did compliment me by saying he admired my determination, but the nicest compliment he gave was by taking the time to email me in the first place.
I called a best friend, Claude. He had feedback for me too:
"Don't let your life revolve around the blog. Let your blog revolve around your life."
He also said that people don't care about reading day-to-day dairies because they're too busy. He maybe right, but only time will tell whose hypothesis is correct!