Self-Pity no more, keep going!
It's only eight days until Christmas, but I'm still here, confused about looking for work online. Because the days go by so fast and we don't realize it, we are in the year 2023 again. Right now, I'm still thinking about my decisions in life. I plan to find a stable job first, and when I enter the second semester, I will take care of my schedule. This is my plan. I can't continue studying without a source of income. I don't want to go back to the times when I was nothing and just ended up feeling sorry for myself. From time to time, I'm online on noise.app.
Well, honestly, I really saved money. I can say that I am still proud of myself because I was able to save that much money, and I also finance my own studies as well as my son's education. As a single mom, I really think of myself as a very empowered woman.
I also thank the people who helped me. Maybe if I hadn't been a risk-taker in life, I wouldn't have things I never thought I would have.
If the Lord provides me with a high and stable source of income again, I will save, and if I truly try to limit myself from purchasing things that are not truly necessary, I will not purchase them. Well, maybe it's okay if I buy it as a reward for myself? But sometimes, let's face it, there are times when we always buy things because we "deserve it." But one of the things I learned is to limit these things and think about the future.
Once I get a stable job, I will really prioritize saving money again because I really want to be rich.
Money is the root of all evil, but even if I become wealthy while remaining humble and adhering to my life principles, I am confident that I will be able to spend my money in the most orderly and wise manner possible. evil.
But even if I become wealthy and maintain my humility at all times while adhering to my life principles, I am confident that I will be able to spend my money in the most orderly and wise manner possible.
How about you? How are you doing in life? I've been away from blogging for a few days, and I seem to miss talking to people here. Well, I also see some of your rants about life on noise.app, so if you need someone to talk to, don't worry; from time to time I'm online on noise.app.
However, let's stop ourselves from feeling self-pity. When we feel sorry for ourselves, we will only fall more, and in the end, we will only regret that we didn't do anything for ourselves. Cheer up! Our lives are difficult right now, but as long as you live, you have many chances to achieve some of your life goals. You just need to be brave and, of course, accompany it with perseverance.