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Rossye P.
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And You Don’t Like Them Either.

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Inspired by the newest upload by Anna Akana on YouTube (here), I decided to hop on the topic and share my thoughts. Her video demonstrates why and how not to care about what other people think of us. Anna points out the fact that when we don’t like someone, most of the time is just because we recognized a trait that we dislike in ourselves or we are envious of a trait they have that we want.

Here are some of the personal traits and behaviors that I am dealing with:

  • Organization: when it comes to my work process and…

A poem to recall

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If there is one thing that is certain in this life,
it is that the more a person goes through life,
the more he becomes aware of it.

Aware of what is good and what is bad;
of what he likes and what he doesn’t.

He becomes so aware that he begins
to marvel and impress with difficulty
by the beauty around him.

He shifts his focus to other,
much less important things,

He forgets to enjoy the small,
the simple,
the imperfect,
the unforced.

He forgets to enjoy those things
which truly makes
his heart beat…

Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results

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About the author: James Clear is a writer and speaker focused on habits, decision-making, and continuous improvement. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits. His work has appeared in Entrepreneur magazine, Time magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and on CBS This Morning. He is a regular speaker at Fortune 500 companies and his work is used by coaches and players in the NFL, NBA, and MLB.

About the book: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones

Genre: Self-help

A poem turned into a rap rune.

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My hair itches so bad.
Dandruff, furfur?
Oh, nay.
It’s just electrified.
From that feeling inside my mind.


My eyebrows go wild again.
They stretch and extend.
Embraced with delight.
Merge and melt into one.
No, I haven’t missed my time.


My smile goes wide afresh.
From ear to ear, what a mesh!?
You can spot every dot.
But not my throat.
As my teeth are shining lots.


My eyes filled with salt water.
No, I’m just partying with a sea otter.
On the craft about to totter.
We dive under the water. …

A poem of promise.

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But meant.

Because I thought it would be better.
Because I thought it didn’t make sense.
Because I thought it will go away.

Or it will remain buried deep inside me.
You will not notice it.
Or so I am mistaken.

Because you always notice me.
Because you always recognize me.

You always feel it from afar.
You always catch me like a cookie jar.

A poem to you // 2021

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After each passing year, we become more and more aware of what is important to us.

We get to know ourselves.
We change our dreams.
We change our grasp and aim.
We become more and more real and open to ourselves in the first place.
We understand more deeply what happiness truly is.

Not the happiness of the world, but our own happiness.

Because often it is completely different from the conventional.
But it is our happiness.

Our joy.
Our glee.
Our gusto.

The pleasure of our inner dictum.

It is what makes our hearts beat faster.
It is what makes…

Decluttering & Organizing

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You don’t realize how many things you own until you start cleaning, tidying up, and doing the annual spring cleaning. Or — when it’s time to move to a new place and you have only a month to pack everything into boxes. The process is extremely nerve-racking because the more you sort and arrange, the more things appear and you start to wonder if you really need all this. Well, that’s exactly what happened to me, and I’m more than grateful that this year I’ve been able to implement a new way of thinking and living. Not entirely, but I’m…

21 Great Way to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time

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  • You are literally swamped with work and personal responsibilities, projects, stacks of magazines to read, and piles of books you intend to get to one of these days as soon as you get caught up.
  • You can get control of your time and your life only by changing the way you think, work, and deal with the never-ending river of responsibilities that flows over you each day. …

A Fine Guide On How To Live A Miserable Life.

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“Time is extremely valuable.
And I prefer to waste it.’’

Rossye P.

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