Saturday, September 26, 2020

Experience of writing a blog

Saturday, September 26, 2020, beautiful weather in Toronto, I feel full of energy and optimism. Last night I met my friends for couple of beers. I got my best shirt, jeans and boots and I looked amazing. For a long time I did not dressed nicely, only t-shirts and snickers.

I would like to find a girlfriend. But I will not go to online dating anymore, there is nothing there. I have to approach women and start a small talk everywhere. That's my plan.

Yesterday, I picked up my daughter around 1 pm and she worked from my place for the rest of the day. I prepared lunch, we ate and then we watched 4 episodes of Suites on Netflix. We finished one bottle of wine and she left to meet her friends. I went my own way.

Feeling great at this moment is a consequence of living my life according to the military schedule I already described in some previous post. Everyday yoga makes me flexible and physically strong, daily meditation gives me a well deserved peace and stability and my new Living on Cash project brings first financial results. Last week I spend only $90 and that's great.

Today is a birthday of my niece and I wish her all the best from the bottom of my heart. 


I started my first blog on December 6, 2012. I made a commitment to publish one blog post per day. After more than 1000 posts, I deleted that blog on September 25, 2016. I still have all the posts written there and when I read it now it all looks to me like a laughing matter.

I often read my previous posts, I want to look at my life as an observer, from the outside, to have a better understanding of where I am. This blog is here for myself to give me orientation for the future and a retrospective of the past making me aware of the present. It is my motivation for daily yoga practice. It is also a place where I can describe my life as it is, my inner thoughts without being afraid of what others think.

Happy Birthday My Dear. 💗
Whatever my life is, I face challenges over which I have some influence, yet most of the time, I find myself subject to circumstances that I can’t control. The challenge that I have today is to live simple, stress-free, healthy life.
I will not strive to impress anyone here. Nothing needs to be proven. Sometimes I have to walk away from all opinions. It’s a tough pill to swallow, but it’s necessary.

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