Cognitive reframing – Article in ThriveGlobal

Where do I spend my time? Is work really taking over my day?

I have combined an article about the importance of time from the cell level to our mindest and present a small trick to gain a more objective perspective on where we spend our time.

Cognitive reframing is a very powerful trick to shed a new light on our daily routine and how we spend our time. (link to ThriveGlobal)

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Speciality

Holding right to my brain

That floats and shakes in this period of frustration.

Water is warm and waved are regular,

Like boredom that slowly

Embrace you day by day

Until you forget your passions

And what makes you special.

You decide that,

Not those outside.

What is

The answer to your shaking
Sits patiently hidden
at the bottom of those drawers
Or in the farther of the thoughts.
You have attended all tasks in sight for today
But cannot sit still and breathe.
Running in the wheel and digging
The missing piece emerges
With what has to be done
To feel worthy and complete for today.

Novels of today

Majestic are the little things
That Each day I do not expect
And encounter behind my door.
A regular life
Dotted with tiny adventures.
I let myself get surprised
By the man whose past nobody knows
And by the driver who takes the bus through the city
With shocking pink nails.
A smile is behind the corner,
A story is sitting nearby.

Authentic self

It is running through the crowd
Looking for a too friendly face,
The blame for not adapting.
Too true to yourself,
You refused the rules and expectations
of your younger peers,
Just to be well-defined and authentic.
Time has passed
And your originality is no novelty
To the people that around you
Puff their day away.