21.25" x 17.25" x 2.5" Framed
Someone got an early christmas present 🐶🍖
This bobble hat pattern is going out to testers tomorrow. I am super excited I have been working on this for while. // Have a fantastic Tuesday friends, are you ready for 🎄?
I have an end-of-year tradition that I love: Around my birthday (it's December 29th) I make a list of some of the things I learned during the previous year.
I love doing this instead of New Year’s resolutions and feel it actually helps me grow vs. put pressure on to do more stuff.
Over the next 12 days I’m going to share each of the 12 things I learned in 2018 with you, here, one at a time. I hope my little ritual might inspire your own end-of-year collection of some things you’ve learned 💛
Here is my first one:
The best way to deal with self-doubt is to focus on your Bigger Why: How does what you’re doing help someone else or contribute to something you care about?
If you’re creating something new, doing something that shares a bit of you with the world, or are starting on a new journey, you will feel self-doubt. I re-learned this lesson this year when my book came out in May.
The voice of self-doubt was screaming in my head: “What if no one cares about your book? What if no one buys it? What if your publisher is disappointed in you? What if you completely fail as an author?"
But here’s the more important lesson I learned:
The more I focused on why I wrote my book in the first place, the quieter the voice of self-doubt became.
I wrote it to share my journey and the life-changing lessons I learned because I knew that my struggles weren’t unique and the book could help many other people.
That was my Bigger Why for writing it and every time I reconnected to it, the voice of self-doubt became weaker.
As I share what I learned in 2018 I’d love for you to share as well - in the comments. There’s so much we can learn from each other ✨
Getting into the holiday mood with home made choco-coco-oat balls ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️
Hua tabah aur hadd se zyada khoya jab qaraar
Udhi udhi tab saansein jaise udta hai gubaar
Socha karey kis pal mein dil ko raahat hai mili
Khuda ke ghar mein taalim tujhko gir ke jab mili
Aaj paaya hai tuney, sab kho ke mureeda
Mili jannat tujhe to, jab bigda naseeba
Sometimes life teaches you more on road , we must never forget we are just the travelers in this course of life
The day I laded at new delhi and got settled at the rest house 22janpath , after the hot shower , spending sometime at the laen absorbing the initial Sundays I was missing my fluet,
The thought passed by and I headed out to Rome around .
I met this man at the footpath of Secretariat peaceful sitting with his cluster of students around, he claims to teach musical instruments to people for one rupee.
More that that he has given upon his massive carrer as software engineer to pursue his life learning mudi which he always craved for .
People like hume inspire us to just keep working on our dreams no matter what.