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Just hanging out in my thoughts, don’t mind me

Just hanging out in my thoughts, don’t mind me

“If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It is lethal.”
-Paulo Coelho

Accurate description of how I’m starting to feel with midterms fast approaching and the end of the semester still out of sight. It’s two months too long until I can return to my adventurous self and I becoming one antsy, absent-minded person in the mean time. Honestly, I feel as if my mind and heart are in completely different worlds (maybe just different timezones) then my body. However it may be, my search for daily inspiration is becoming more of an attempt to get lost in my own happy thoughts than focusing on my growing piles of homework.

I think I’m maxing out on inspiration, despite the fact that stumbling upon it is literally one of my favorite things to do. You should see all the quotes, pictures, actions, and words people tell me that I collect. I think if I do ever finish this college thing I should write a book purely on being inspired. Crap, getting off topic again.

For now though, I need to study. I need to finish this semester. I need to do well in school. I need to *gulp* embrace routine and be optimistic about all my lovely papers & assignments for the next eight weeks. I’ll put two quotes in this post since this next one is one of my absolute favorites and is ringing true in more ways than one.

“You spend your whole life stuck in the labyrinth, thinking how you’ll escape one day, and how awesome it will be, and imaging the future keeps you going, but you never do it. You just use the future to escape the present.”
– John Green

Happy Wednesday Folks.

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