A gentle reminder that it's okay to do what makes you happy. It doesn't matter if you're "too old", if what you love is "cringy", or it doesn't fit a stereotype. The happiest and in fact most powerful of people follow their own regulations and heart. And the way I overcome it asking myself if a friend of mine told me they wanted to do something they love but were embarrassed, what would I say to them? And then I say that to myself. I also ask if this thing will hurt anyone and if the answer is no then I will do it. I also remember how silly and embarrassing everyone is. I remember seeing people trip while I walk to work, go the wrong way, get things mixed up, say the wrong things, etc. and think I do that too. We're all pretty stupid and I think I would rather spend the rest of my life utilizing my stupidity to make me happy than to have it rule me and make me miserable. I'm going to do whatever the heck I want and will pass knowing I loved, lived and did everything in my power to make my life worth living for me.
"Juste avant de m'endormir, quand je m'emmerde vraiment je ... m'allonge et cogite un moment jusqu'à sombrer dans un état de semi-conscience hypnotique, que certains appellent le rêve éveillé, d'autres planer. J'ai l'impression de ne pas être là et ça n'a aucune importance parce que j'en ai marre de me trouver dans des situations et des conversations ennuyeuses, chaque jour ressemble à un sitcom de base, certains appellent ça la pensée mais quand je suis dans cet état d'esprit particulier j'oublie de penser et tout devient pure observation." KC