For me, Ramadhan is about spending time with family. There is no greater joy than spending the evening with the thoughts of the day from each of the family member at the dining table. I was able to only eating out once until now. As I get older it is a luxury to have a quality time with friends and family, as we distant ourselves between work, routines, and everything else. Time is always a blessing. Now that I have more time at home and having much more conversation with my family, I started to feel all of this, are more like blessing.
Besides that, I’m actually experience a sleeping habit problem. I cannot sleep before 2 or 3 AM in the morning while I need to get up at 3.30 AM. It is problematic since after my morning prayer, I can only sleep up to 3 hours at the longest. I cannot sleep more than that actually. Some says, dreaming awake is better than dreaming with your eyes closed, haha. But thanks to the insomnia, this happened.
I cannot believe it myself that I’m able to update all graphics and layout of Kawung Living website in less than 12 hours. I plan to do the update since forever. The layout plan and the graphic dimension is all in my notes, but nothing has been done until 2 days ago.
I am a slow person by nature. I’m slow at studying, speaking, and doing things (but I’m a fast walker). Sometimes, my sisters get angry at me because I do things slowly and make them anxious because of that. In college, I need longer time to study than most of my peers, I often started to study or do homework earlier so I can catch up with their speed later. But in any psychological test that I took, my concentration is always standing out. I am best when I’m on fire. I am often uninspired and confuse what to do next, but once I gain momentum, I know that it is best to not stop by any means. I’m INFJ-A by the way. Dubbed as The Advocate, example figures of INFJ are mostly activists (Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Alanis Morissette, etc.). I always think, I will be good at being one :)) Have you ever take the test?
I started to dig on Skillshare classes again this month. Financially speaking, I am no longer could afford any monthly subscription. So I stop all my subscription plan and my Skillshare membership will expire next month. Since getting in touch with Skillshare last year, I gained a lot of knowledge and applied it in my life. It helps me grow as person, it benefits my business, and it is just one of the thing that I treasured for time to time. So, I just rush myself to watch all classes that caught my eyes right know (including the amazing class about Pottery here).
It is sad that I need to let go a lot of things that I love, but that is what that is. Adjusting life to the size you are into needs a lot of senses and consciousness at first. But when I started to adapt to it, I realized that I actually only need a little to feel the fullest :)