Reflecting on August

I started to do monthly reflections since last month. If you missed out on last month here’s the link: Reflecting on July. I felt like August went by really quickly! I mean this whole year has been a blitz, but you get what I mean.


High-Points

  • Mental Health Awareness: Started to actively set up my campaign, and is half-way in setting up the website, recruiting volunteers and writing up contracts.
  • Volunteering: Getting the chance to volunteer for Oaktree Organisation and become an Assistant State Director.
  • Counselling Session: My long awaited counselling session happened, sort of upset because I didn’t get to cover everything that happened in 1 hour.
  • The Hitman’s Bodyguard: Haven’t been to the movies in ages and this was such a good action-packed movie to watch.

Low-Points

  • Withdrawal of the Psychology Course: I was excited to start a new course until I had all these questions about it and also I know that I’m not in the right headspace to be committed to a course that requires 100% attendance and participation.
  • Stopped Volunteering for Oxfam: As much as I wanted to continue volunteering for Oxfam, I just couldn’t because I started to volunteer for one organisation and be committed to them.
  • Constantly having to fight for what I want: Holding onto hope was pretty much hopeless and everything just started to fall out again.

Maturity & Experiences

  • N/A

Changes

  • I started to exercise because last month I said my lifestyle has been horrible with sleeping patterns. Although my sleeping patterns have not changed, I have been exercising regularly. 

Needs

  • To Let Go: Just accept the situation and move on. 

    How was your August?  🙂 

4 Comments

  1. I think this is a really great way to take check of our progress. Months slip by and sometimes it’s hard to see what we’ve achieved. And on the flip side to see things that perhaps weren’t working. Love it!

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