sidenote: this is day 3 and I’m already posting late… oops… :D
I love this quote so much.
I think it’s about self efficacy (I think this is an effective word to use here…?) as well as the way you treat others. like, I know a lot of people say you are your own worst enemy, but I think that a lot of time we try to come up with what we call excuses a lot of times. but I really feel like if we were trying to come up with “excuses” for other people, it would be legitimate and more graceful than excuse-ful. and I think holding yourself to a standard of saying “I’m not perfect, but I’ll try my best” is really a good thing. because that way there’s a lot less self-hate and internal judgement of yourself/others. because if you’re not graceful with yourself, how are you supposed to be graceful to/around others?
hm. I think this project might get a little deep sometimes.
GET PUMPED, KIDS.
today was good. I drank three cups and coffee and felt like I could take on the world. and then I went to work. so there’s that.
I like this quote lots. and I think it’s a good thing to remember if I actually want to complete this project. :)
also I think it can be applied to a lot of things in life. I like to give up on things easily. like, really really easily. because I feel like unless I can do them perfectly, I might as well not do them. but I perpetually feel like I miss out on a lot of good things because of that.
the next few days are going to be very work/stress-filled. but at least I like my job. and I’ll feel like I’m not being entirely lazy. :D also making some money never hurt. especially when you’re a broke college kid. :P
This is the video that I made somewhat recently for my speech and performance class. We had to make a music video, and since dream team consists of four people and we love each other quite a lot, this would be a good song to do. :)
I’m really really happy with the way it turned out.