5 ESSENTIAL STEPS TO ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS

Do you want to be the best?

Do you want to be seen as a hero of our nation?

Do you want to push the boundaries and reach new levels?

We, as human beings are always looking to find ways in order to perfectionate ourselves. Think about yourself and remember the times in which you succeeded and you had the power and strenght to do what you desired. Those times were probably the best for you.

But, there are always questions worth asking:

How in the world can I be the best?

How can I become a better person and achieve what I want?

Well, I have a little list that will guide you through – “5 STEPS TO SUCCESS IN ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS”

1. FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS

If you want to succeed and to reach a high level in a domain, you should to do what your heart tells you to. From a scientific point of view, we, as humans, work the best when we do something that we are passionate about.

2. MAKE SACRIFICES

If you want to be the best at what you are doing, you will need a TOLERANCE TO HIGH LEVELS OF STRESS. In order to achieve your goal, there will be sweat, there will be negativity and there will be arguments. Nobody can reach what they dream for without sacrifices. So, be ready to make some sacrifices.

3. UNDERSTAND YOURSELF

Nobody can reach their goal if they don’t understand themselves. You need to know your personality, how you react in certain surroundings and how you act in front of people. You need to know what you are capable of doing and what you can offer.

4. FOCUS ON YOUR GOALS

If you focus on your goals, you will remind yourself what you want from life. By having this constant reminded, you will have higher chances in reaching what you dream of.

5. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!

Finally, you cannot reach any goal if you do not believe in your power, your strength and your in your intelligence. If you have the nessesary knowledge and faith to pursue your dreams, then your chances will definitely increase.

So, BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!

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Escaping From An Eating Disorder And Its Manipulative Chaos!

Body image is not important! Your health is much more important! And It’s what happens inside your mind that matters! For example, I want to gather so much knowledge, I want to train my brain and make it a sponge that can absorb information instantly! I want to be intelligent! I want to have a bright future!

I am not defined by my anxiety!

I am not defined by my depression!

I will not obey the voices inside my head!

I will not let myself manipulated by evil, chaos and illusions!

I will fight!

I will be brave!

I will have trust & faith until the end!

I can do it!

How we can survive in this world full of chaos – with God’s help!

  • Do I blame someone for my mental illness or instability? Do I blame someone for my dark past? Yes! I blame myself.

When God created this world, he knew that humans will get very far, even to this point – the present. I think that, in the beginning, he just wanted to create and give life to a realm, in which peace, health, stability, kindness, happiness and positivity will dominate.

And even though he knew humanity would get to this dark point that we are in today, he still made us and he still takes care of each one of us and cherishes us. I truly believe in God and I am proud of this! If you don’t, then I want you to know that I really do respect you and your choice! Each one of us has the right to choose their own path and who they want to believe in. I choose God! He is my father!

Sometimes, when we are at our best, when we truly feel alive, in the hands of success, we forget of him and we do not pray to him anymore. And, we usually end up doing reckless things and then regret the chaos that we have created in our lives.

When we are at our lowest point in our lives, like I was a while ago, we end up praying to God and realize that he is the only one that can actually save us from our sins.

Or we can hate him for he’s done to us. We can put the blame on God every time we fail.

Do I blame someone for my mental illness or instability? Do I blame someone for my dark past? Yes! I blame myself. I cannot blame the Media for my disease, or parents or friends, or teachers. I blame myself, because I chose my own path and destiny. And I also chose recovery!

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I will never blame God, for he is my creator, my listener, my father! He is there! In his own realm and he carefully watches each one of us! He wants to see us happy and fulfilled!

I tend to believe that God really is happy when we learn to love ourselves, when we embrace our flaws, when we understand our illness and slowly cope with it or seek help and treatment.

I think that, when we accept ourselves, our mind, soul and body, God is really proud! ❤

So, fight, beautiful soul! God is really proud of you! ❤

Happiness – the key to survival!

We cannot allow our mental illnesses define who we are. They cannot take over ourselves, rule or dominate us. We cannot obey! We are strong, powerful, confident and we have hope!

Sometimes, we have no place to hide! No will to go on! Sometimes, our condition is taken to extremes! Sometimes, we can’t see the true faces or hear the voices of the ones that want to save us. – And we see them as monsters. Sometimes, we wake up from a nightmare and don’t even know what went wrong anymore. Sometimes, the thoughts of self-harm won’t go away and we beg them, on our knees, for forgiveness and just a little bit of happiness!

Happiness!

Happiness is the key to our survival!

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Faith! If you have faith in yourself, in your abilities and traits, faith that you can heal and you can achieve a better future, then you can do it! Each day is meant to make us grow and open our eyes in front of the future! Open our eyes and make us see the beautiful, angelic nature with its treasures. By having faith and a positive mind, accompanied by happy thoughts, actions and friendly smiles, happiness can be achieved. 🙂

Happiness is my goal in life!

We can get to it by loving our family, friends, even strangers, but most importantly, ourselves! ❤

WHO Am I? Just a simple person? A survivor?

Hello! I am Alexa! Just a simple girl who recovered from an Eating Disorder! A Survivor. Let me tell you a little more about me.

First, I would like to say that I’m just a simple 16 year old high-school student, by the name of Alexandra. Now, you probably think that I’m boring. Well, there’s more to come. I am from Romania, Bucharest – a small, little country in Europe. I learned English on my own, so don’t expect it to be perfect.

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I am a street dancer and a contemporary dancer. I like to mix these two genres together. I have practiced dancing for more than 4 years and I’m still going strong. 🙂

I’m not going to tell you my height, weight, the color of my hair or eyes, because I believe that these details are not important. The most important thing about ourselves is the way we think, the way we act, our personality and behavior. We are not defined by our appearance, but by our own thinking. We are defined by our mind and judgement.

I’m shy, calm, relaxed, timid, quiet, friendly, ready to hit some good old books – on some days…But, most of the time, I’m fierce, confident, out-going, fiery, angry, determined, motivated, talkative, risky, pumped up. I can be the life of the party, or I can just listen and nod. I do not have more personalities, I swear! This is just who I am.

I decided to start this blog, in order to share my story, my thoughts and my memories. Sometimes, it is very bad just to keep quiet and hide your emotions. It is the best to let your feelings take a voice of their own and rock the stage! It is the best to write down how you feel, why do you feel like that and how can you understand what exactly you feel.

So, i stopped keeping quiet! I broke the silence! And now, i started writing.

Hello! I am Alexandra! Just a simple girl who recovered from an Eating Disorder! 🙂

Trust Issues

My fault is that I trust people too easily and fall for what they say too fast. My problem is that I consider some persons -“my friends”- too easily and fall for what their actions suggest. I’ve learnt that trust is hard to obtain. Very hard, actually. And I’ve learnt that if you talk to a person and you two get along, it doesn’t mean that you two are friends. If you laugh, smile, joke, go to parties, to an event, to the theatre together, it doesn’t mean that you have a friendship with that person.

I know, life is really hard and tough. But that’s how life is. That’s how reality is. You can only count on yourself. And you can only trust God, yourself, your parents and siblings. (in certain situations, not even siblings or parents can be trusted)

Now, let me tell you a little story. In this story, I trusted a girl from my acting class and I considered her my friend for a long time.

There was once a girl that seemed shy and sweet. I saw her in my acting class, talking to nobody. I wanted to make her feel more confident, so I went up to her and I started talking to her. Soon, I thought that we became friends. We were sharing our interests, our hobbies and common activities. But, after a while, that friend started changing, actually showing her true colors. She started acting weird, ignoring me, not listening to me, not paying attention to what I was saying to her. Later have I found out that she envyed me and wanted to be better than me at acting. After a while, that friend started skipping acting classes, she was going out with her friend and her brother all the time. She cut all the connections that she had with everyone from the acting class and stopped talking to me. One day, she told me that she wanted to give up the acting classes, that she hates everything she does there and that everything was a mistake. That she wants to quit! The next time I went to acting, everyone kept asking me what happened to that girl, if she is okay and if she’s still coming or not. What I did was to tell them the truth. I felt as if I had to tell it. So I told them that that girl wanted to quit. I know I shouldn’t have been the one to tell that. That was my mistake and I admit it. But I told the truth. Later, she found out what I said about her and then it all started going down. That girl started attacking me with messages, asking me why I talked about her against her back. She told me that I invented everything and that I only told lies, when I clearly have her messages on my phone when she told me she wanted to quit. I was afraid because she wanted to turn everyone against me at first, but then I realised that everyone knew who I was and what my principles were. I realised that everyone clearly knew my personality and her personality. And I am a person that hates lies and hates to talk people behind their backs. I still haven’t met with her since then, but the next time I see her, I will ignore her (just because I do not want to create trouble or drama) or I will tell her the truth right in front of her own eyes and ears.

If a person lies to you, breaks your trust, envies you – DO NOT let that person inside your life anymore! That person is toxic! Try to cut that person off your life. Believe me, I’ve tried to change such persons from my life before (for the better), but it just doesn’t work that way. You have to cut them off.

It is better to do that than to get your heart broken or be dragged down by that person in the near future.