Dialogue

My life has become hectic in the past weeks, which brings me to the point of almost zero personal time.

So I was wondering, what could I write, that would add value to you? Who are YOU, dear reader?

I know there’s some of you who drop by daily to read this little blog, and I’m thinking…

- How young do you feel? How do you approach your personal learning process?

Do you think “Hey, I’m still XX-something, I’ve got lots to learn and to experience…” or do you say “Whoa, I’m already XX-something and still have A, B and C to accomplish”?

- Do you have all the time you need, for yourself? If not, how much more time daily would you need, to feel happy?

- What do you gain out of my little tips? Is there any particular one you liked best?

- Where do you get your inspiration from?

- Who’s your role model, if you have one?

- What’s one thing you dream of having or experiencing?

- What’s your biggest problem right now?

- What’s your best resource for happiness?


And here is one little gift for you, for passing by.
We’re not that different. At all, actually.

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  • Andreea
    March 2, 2010

    - How young do you feel? How do you approach your personal learning process?

    I feel pretty much as young as I am…in weekends I’m almost in Piaget’s pre-operational stage (that one with magical thinking and so on). Hmm, I still have a lot to accomplish, but I can also look proudly at some “historical” personal development moments.

    - Do you have all the time you need, for yourself? If not, how much more time daily would you need, to feel happy?

    Definitively no. And when by a miracle, the answer is yes, I’m too busy complaining about the other stage:(. To feel happy I’ll need around 3-4 extra hours to myself.
    I would make the morning coffee and morning blooming moment longer, I would walk (not run) to subway station & eventually wait until a not-so-crowd train will come, I would try to actually know the ones around me (right now I only have puzzle pieces), I would call my grandmother more often, I would take 1 hour lunch break, I would get to feel the sun on my skin during weekdays, I would ride my future-to-be Brompton bike, I will really make use of the park I have in front of the apartment I live in, I would read more then 5-10 pages/day…and so on

    - What do you gain out of my little tips? Is there any particular one you liked best?
    I’m not a regular consumer (at least not yet) but I really like the energy behind and the “life toolkit” concept itself

    - Where do you get your inspiration from?
    My friends and their toughs, HIM, good music, beautiful objects around me (a designer catalog, an Evian bottle, a green pencil, recycled paper, Harman/Kardon audio set, etc) & the ones that I’m trying to surround myself with, movies, theater, journals/ biographies (I’m a voyeur and a massive consumer of this kind of non-fiction writings), bookshops, fairy tells, cooking…

    - Who’s your role model, if you have one?
    My grandmother

    - What’s one thing you dream of having or experiencing?
    There are a lot. If I had to pick just one: I want to own a small spices/condiments shop

    - What’s your biggest problem right now?
    The feeling of nonsense that my current job gives me

    - What’s your best resource for happiness?
    Embraces

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