That One Moment
A stressed-up day, but you still keep going. Tired but still catching up with the last breath. We as humans, break boundaries. But when is enough? When do you know that you have done enough and that now it's time to pause? In my last year of high school, I was on the brink of bursting up, so many emotions scattered here and there and all parts of my life were incomplete that I didn't know where to start. So I reached out to a friend. She simply said to take 60 minutes of your day and forget about it all, In these 60 minutes, at this moment, you are unstoppable and you can do anything. So being the curious person I am, I tried it. I reserved the time from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm and used that moment to do whatever I wanted. Initially, I watched web series and realized I was not using them wisely. Soon I turned the productivity mode on. I made a journal and I wrote the problems, I sorted them out, both, in reality, and on paper, I manifested and meditated, I decluttered my thoughts, I pursued my hobbies that made me happy, and I listened to music without feeling guilty. This was my time and my moment. I went on to do great in my finals, ascended my self-care game and sorted my life out. It's easier said than done but it's worth a try. I still use it, to this day and will continue to use the power of that one moment where unapologetically, I am Myself.