Happy Monday everyone! I know I usually do a video on Mondays but I was able to record so I’m doing a blog post instead. As many of you know I’m continuing on this self-confidence journey and this time I’m adding on Facebook when it comes to limiting social media.
In some ways I honestly think that Facebook may be harder than Instagram and this is because not only do you scroll but people post articles that get you sucked in. Well I know I get sucked in and end up spending more time on there then I wanted to.
As for my Instagram limit I’ve actually been doing pretty well although one day I did go over the limit by a lot. But this was mostly due to the fact that I had an issue to take care of on there. But on a good note I went down like 15% when it came to my total usage so I’m very happy about that. But overall I’m excited about the progress that I’ve made.
So let’s see what happens this week and I know that I’ll be able to succeed. Also feel free to comment down below on your ideas or thoughts on what I’m doing.
So I recently decided to take a journey into increase my self-confidence and self-esteem. To start I decided to take a look at my usage when it came to social media specifically Instagram. So in the video I discuss that journey and how its been. So check it out!
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I know that usually on Monday’s I do a motivational video but due to catching a cold I decided to instead do a motivational blog post. For this blog post I also decided to be a little more open than I usually am. This is mostly due to the thoughts and feelings that I’ve had floating through my mind for the past few months.
About almost 6 months ago I lost my job with the reason being that my boss felt that I was not right for my job after me being there for almost 6 months. Needless to say I wasn’t shocked but it was definitely something that once it happened I didn’t know what to do. This was the first time since graduating from college that I didn’t have a job and I didn’t know where to turn to next. So I did the only thing that I could do and that was going to Disneyland on a trip that was already planned and then I would figure out what was next once I got back.
Well once I got back and my friends went back to work it was then that I was hit with the realization that I was now without a job except for a seasonal position that I got right before being let go from my full time job. But regardless it was time to hit the ground running with pulling out my resume and start sending it out to any and all companies that I thought I would be a good fit. Let’s just say that I ended up not really hearing back from any of the companies and my inbox was filled with the endless amounts of rejection emails.
Was I discouraged well not quite yet because I knew that finding another job wasn’t going to be easy. Especially because this time I wanted to find a job that was outside of the customer service realm that I had been in for the past 4 years. I wanted to do something in public relations, marketing, or communications. You know something I could really use my degree for. But most jobs even entry level ones wanted more experience than I definitely had.
Knowing this didn’t help my confidence either and I would spend several days crying or being frustrated. Mostly feeling like I wasn’t living up to my best life or that I was disappointing my parents. Not only that but I also felt that no matter what job I got it wouldn’t be right for me. Knowing that was the reason why I lost my job made me realize that I can’t fix that. If I was told I was late all the time, never there, or didn’t have a good work ethic then I could understand and I can fix that. But telling me a job doesn’t fit the person I am…. well I can’t fix that. The worst part is being told that by someone else and not coming to that conclusion on your own.
So now that’s something that I take with me every time I apply to a new job and it’s a fear I have. But I’m working on not letting the fear continue to have a hold on me and I’m so grateful for everyone that has supported me. Including all of you that read this blog and watch my videos.
But why I mostly wrote this post is to show that none of us are perfect and it’s okay to have times where you feel weak. It’s also okay to ask for help and to let people know of the fears that you have. Don’t let anyone tell you differently.
I’m using this down time I have to perfect my craft of blogging and YouTube and who knows where it may go. So let me know what you thought of this post and if y’all would like a video on this or something similar. Also feel free to comment down below your thoughts, feelings, and stories as well. I would love to read them and honestly any and all encouragement is welcome. Thanks again so much!
Hey everyone! So I’m apart of this group named OWLs (Otaku Warriors for Liberty and Self Respect) and each month we have a theme and then we talk about that theme with references to Anime or pop culture.
For the month of July the theme is Mirrors and what do you see by way of self confidence, self acceptance, and other things. I decided to talk about this topic using the anime Paradise Kiss. So check out my video on the topic and in the description box of my video are the links to the OWLs social media pages as well as mine. So enjoy!