monday motivation


Everything Will Be Alright – A Birthday Message To Myself

At the evening before my 30th birthday, I’d like to wish one thing for myself and to remind myself one more. I’d like to learn how to find the good in the ordinary day and to focus on it; to let the pain, the negativity, the bitterness and the tears stay in the last decade.


Stop Procrastinating! Monday Motivation to Start Today

We procrastinate everything. We chose to start things tomorrow, not today. We chose to say I love you later, not now. We chose to believe in the future more than we believe in the present. But the present creates our future. By delaying the start today, we delay the future tomorrow.

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The Waterfall … (Once Upon A Time… IV)

t was a sunny morning with a clear sky and fresh smell of grass in the air. The flowers were all around the meadow. The Dream and Hope found it many, many days ago, and decided to stay here. To wait. But The Heart didn’t come to find them so far.

Wisdom and Patience (Once Upon a Time…. part III)

– I’ve spent my whole life till now thinking that I don’t need to move from where I am. I thought I’m lucky because I had a friend – The Comfort Tree, and my pink wooden bench… But now I see that there’s so much out there, and I miss so many days to explore it and enjoy it.


The Right Direction (Once Upon a Time there was a Dream… 2)

– I come from my bench – The Dream noted – And I don’t remember you been there before. – I talk about The Heart, dummy. – Hope laughed. – The Heart?! That’s just a legend. No one remembers The Heart. – The Dream yawned and placed her head on a pile of soft, green leaves.

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Once Upon A Time There Was a Dream

Once upon a time, there was a Dream. A small one. But her name was big – The Dream. She was sitting on a pink wooden bench in the park, just under a massive old tree. The tree’s branches were so heavy from the leaves that were hanging over the Dream’s head.



Be present. When you wake up, snuggled under the warm duvet – be present. Inhale the early morning darkness and listen to the nothingness of the hour. Move just a little bit, to notice the other’s body. Enjoy the feeling of having someone next to you. Be present. Stay for a moment or two, feel the fight …