Getting Back on Track

After last year’s blast, I thought I’d never feel lost again. I thought I’ve conquered myself enough and thus, when I felt the same emptiness at the start of this year, I was at lost too and asked, “Why, Again?”. I got myself to tears and I would pray the same lines I did 5 years ago
I thought I was done with it.

I have goals everyday, I’d still get excited to go to work but then, there is something missing that I can’t explain.


The same written words I told myself last year and I thought I lost it again. I realize when you lose that focus, you will lose your direction as well. You’d be in limbo; in crossroads and you don’t know where to go and you’d wander.

And that’s what I discovered. That every time I’d feel lost, I have to focus on what I want rather than contemplating on the past and thinking of some things I don’t have any control.

Life is like a Ferris wheel as they say. Sometimes, you’d see the overview of things underneath but there are times, you have to look up and see what’s happening above you and try to reach the top again. I realize that I should never stop dreaming and aim for the best. Because if I stop, I’d just go back to the same old me that I never wanted to be anymore. There should never be complacency and we are not destined to realize everything. That’s what surprises are for. 

I think at some point, I would still go back to that same old feeling of emptiness but one must always remember the power of focus for us to get back on track.


Magnifying glass with focusAfter  dreaming of finding my Sasha Fierce, I’ve thought of the “how’s” and did some action plans.
Number one on my list is FOCUS.
Focus with the things that are most important in my life.
If you are a blogger, it is imperative to have your social networking sites open and public. It generates readership and allows you to be part of the “circulation.”
But, in my perspective and might be contradicting, having one really diverts my focus on other non essential things. Not that I hate communicating with with friends, but somehow, I find it so time consuming. Time management must be the key and the most important part of it is: sticking with it – regardless.
So, in the next days, I will opt out of facebook but will keep my twitter account. I won’t delete the former but will definitely lessen my time on it. So, to my closest friends who still want to keep in touch with me, I have my email address scattered in the net and I’ve got the same number for the last 6 years so, you know what to do.
I vowed to get up, be more involved and be more focused! #wishmeluck