Note to my fucking self

Don’t ever be to Proffesional. Today I wore a suit jacket ” just to fuckin’ play rocket league So yeah, me ad my mates are still colloquial with uni – phew.

but it’s not to be underestimate. I was watching ‘Have I got news For U’ and I couldn’t help but notice it seems NClegg’s actual soul has been ripped from his body since doing the public dirty and fucking up on making too big a promise, which II actually emphasise with coz he had good intentions and was broadening the debate of not fucking students too much unlike the other parties at the time – but yeah cool i guess that also comes down to not choosing ur profession soley on money or perceived good yet a track record of misled good intentions ((the rare kind albeit but stil wise people often learn from others’ mistakes and in the case of politicians i feel they become 1)) too institutionalised and 2)) too /fuckin puppet-like or conformist or subject to such media scrutiny that they fuck up or get too stressed – which aint good for any of us. Most of us salture Corbyn though for remaining integral to himself and the truely common, and statistical, majority, in the Uk, the workers.

Cool, now on that note I also think, despite my serious view on goals and shit, and aloso my perfectionism – at times  – as this article shows im working on it. Imperfection But yeah, faith patience and that asiede shit u can just av banter and healthy competitoon.

how i do this: video games, snacks, candy  and helathily not growing up: I was eating a fucking twister in a suit jacket. Badass. Throwback snack and birds loved it . COol.

Peaecfully moving forward whilst having constructive breaks.

And times of just doing fuckall. Train hard, rest harder. Or ul burnout b.


Set em, achieve em, adjust them, reachieve them. Don’t get complacent. Look for, be, find, research inspiration and motivation. You manage you. This sort of self improvement and preservation can be handled with long term and short term goals, as well as some relentless pursuits.

Relentless pursuits are often personal to yourself because my relentless ones don’t run out but for me in particular: mine are cars, watches, charitable causes, and travel. Each are valuable not only as me growing and reaching more targets but for intrinsic value like travel expanding my perspective, cultural knowledge, inspiration, cool views and a slight sense of catching up for lost time coz as a kid we werent too well off n had a big family so didnt really go on holidays. As for charities I believe its important to give back and there’s a never-ending list of charities where I can, have and will donate time or money to. The collections like watches are treats, a fun hobby and can be long or short term goal depending on the price of the watch and what work im doing at that period of time. Works actually another one because I want to be one of the best in whatever field I try, as my dad used to say “If ur gonna do a job do it properly”, and I feel perfecting my craft, reaping rewards and helping/being helped by colleaques is a relentless pursuit – plus aside from sales/other jobs im at uni so my peers there always keep me interested in cool topics from psychology to philosophy and at uni ur job is basically to learn.