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8. Do you have a unified way of approaching your life, work, relationships, finances, chores, etc.? please explain.
I try to be as positive, especially around the kids.
I value communication and appreciate an equal split of responsibility when warranted.
Yes, in the sense that I always listen to myself and what feels right. Cheesy but it has worked so far. I don't try to be someone I am not but still force myself to engage more with things I care about
I'm really good in relationships rather with a boy or girl
Nope, I wish
Well. My 31st year has brought a lot of challenging lessons, and I've learned the value of slowing down and being more careful. I'm learning to stop burning the candle at both ends when it comes to relationships, work, and finances.
Generally I like simplicity. Think it through at the beginning and then maintaining it won't be too taxing. I don't always stick to this though.
I try to have a sustainable Lifestyle, especially when it comes to consumption. I think I select very carefully both Things and relationships. I want These Things to last.
let's be honest, it's a mess.
Everyone has a unified way of approaching such things differently, it is difficult to explain as some just come naturally.
work is formal . house and work is casual. chores i wear an old shirt with holes
Loving, capricious, hard-working, empathetic, moody. So, not super unified. Unified mostly by aspiring to be better, and being more comfortable than most people (?) with the incomplete.
I see everything as positive, i feel openminded about life and i the best for people around me.
Not at all. Is this a terrible thing?
I try to apply my minimalist perspective to other areas of my life. I love black, I wear black, Im indifferent about receiving gifts from my partner and I try to be conservative in spending.
I just jump in headfirst. If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work. Why waste time wondering if it will instead of trying? Finances are a different matter—those have a couple more rules to follow, of course.
Yes. Over analyzing.
I pray for the day I can answer "yes" to all of the above.
put in the work and be optimistic about it. I never follow through with this most of the time as I get bored quite easily
I hate to half-ass anything. I like to do everything I do well (by my standards, which are pretty high) and when I don't, I get very upset.
I start thinking about my budget and follow the price rate which I can handle in paying my expenses.
My guiding principles are: Mind your own business; keep you mind stimulated but not cluttered with minutia; keep a daily calendar; NEVER worry; know that the only thing you can control is yourself (and then only sometimes); don't try to change anyone else; know that you can't be good at everything so when you fail, learn from the experience & move on; know when to shut up; meditate daily; only work in environments that suit you; change your career when you get bored with the one you have; always keep learning.
Take one day and a time and enjoy life and do what I can every day.