I hate that word—“lucky.” It cheapens a lot of hard work. Living in Brooklyn in an apartment without any heat and paying for dinner at the bodega with dimes—I don’t think I felt myself lucky back then. Doing plays for 50 bucks and trying to be true to myself as an artist and turning down commercials where they wanted a leprechaun. Saying I was lucky negates the hard work I put in and spits on that guy who’s freezing his ass off back in Brooklyn. So I won’t say I’m lucky. I’m fortunate enough to find or attract very talented people. For some reason I found them, and they found me.
- Peter Dinklage
For ’90s Kids Like Me – Unreality Mag
If Tim Burton Created Pokemon (28 Pics) – Ned Hardy
Cats Of The Zodiac…so damn awesome! – We Rule The Internet
The 13 Scariest Viruses On Earth Today – Knowd
Nothing wrong with a little Wonder Woman cosplay – Crowd Ignite
Doesn’t this post look a little familiar??? – The Chive
Eva Longeria is On the Beach in a Bikini Of the Day – Drunken Stepfather
Emma Stone Is Back To Work As Gwen Stacy, And Looking Hotter Than Ever – Popoholic
Kate Upton Honeymoon Photo – Celeb Jihad
8 first date ideas to avoid at all costs - Linkiest
Drunk Guy + Tractor = Fail – Double Viking
Watch Out Kate Upton – Kate Bock Is SI’s Rookie Of The Year – G-Celeb
That kid from One Direction has good taste in women – Celeb Slam
Hooters Girl Interrupts a Live Baseball Game – Bro My God
She’s Uncoachable: Adrianne Palicki is a Sweet Piece – Uncoached
11 Humorous Photobombs To Keep You Chuckling – Regretful Morning
35 Pictures Of Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Polka Dot Bikini Girls – Super Booyah
Claudia Romani Looking Sexy – Moe Jackson
11 Videos of Children Stoned after Anesthesia – Ego TV
Lets Take A Minute Of Our Day To Enjoy The Beauty Of Nature (20 Pics) – Ned Hardy
I do not have the right answer to what you should do to improve or change your life, but I would say that I’m aware of the things that make you miserable, unmotivated, depressed etc. Here we go:
Not getting enough sleep: Some of us tend to think that it’s okay to just get a few hours of sleep each day, and then “gain enough” sleep during the weekend. That is a bunch of crap. Lack of sleep has a negative impact on your concentration, mood, metabolism and energy level.
Have blind faith in your feelings: Your mind/ego tends to be an asshole. It wants you to stay in your comfort zone, so it encourages you to stick to the state of mind that makes you miserable. It tells you that you can not (for example) exercise, meet new people or seek a therapist because those things are “deadly and unsafe”. You should question your feelings. “Am I going to die if I go for a walk?”, “Do people hate me, or is that just my imagination?”, “What’s the worst thing that can happen, if I try something new?”.
Stay in your comfort zone: As I mentioned in the second point; Your comfort zone is in most cases your worst enemy. You should try the things that seem uncomfortable and scary. You learn and grow from new experiences. PS: There’s a reason certain things seem scary. and deadly, and that’s because they are harmful/deadly. Just to make sure that you don’t make any stupid decisions: Be smart! Don’t do drugs and so on.
Be anti-social: You are more likely to get an objective answer to your questions about your problems from a person, than from your mind. They might look at your problems from a different point of view, and give you ideas that you haven’t thought of. Besides; Focusing on other people and what they’re saying, might make you focus on other things than yourself. It’s often the “me, me, me” thoughts that make you miserable.
Be passive: Sitting in a chair all day is not good for your body or your mind. It will only enhance your destructive mindset. Exercise, meet a friend, do your chores, sign up for a course, etc. DO SOMETHING!
Not taking care of your body: Your mind and your body are connected. A happy body equals a happy mind Suggestions: Exercise, get enough sleep, avoid excessive amounts of alcohol (Or preferably; Don’t drink at all), avoid drugs, eat healthy food and so on.
Avoid meeting new people: Your family, your friends or some of the people in your community MIGHT be the ones who make you miserable. Meeting new people might inspire you, give you new ideas or give you the motivation you need.
I hope this helps a little bit.