Not Thinking When Writing

Hey guys,

Thanks for checking in!

Today I want to write about not thinking when writing or the don’t think, just write concept which I think, sometimes, is incredibly freeing. I thought of this subject and now I’m just going to write this post in one sitting without prepping anything beforehand.

In this post I’m going to forget about SEO, AdWords, or all the other content marketing material/words we can all find out there.

I’m just going to write about a few topics that’s constantly on my mind.

SWITCHING OFF!

Sometimes, don’t you just want to say whatever’s on your mind? Even if you know it’s not what other’s wants to hear – or maybe they want to hear it but you’re too afraid to tell them. Switching your brain off and write – I love it.

Timothy Leary is saying everything I want to say in one sentence:

Whenever in doubt, turn off your mind, relax, float downstream” – Timothy Leary

Travelling

I’ve always considered myself a travelling person. My issue is that I hate saving money – and I still want to travel every day. Something’s not adding up as you can see.

I’m really focused on saving up now and travelling is the top priority for the next few years of my life, as I’m dying inside when I’m not exploring something new.
Thank God, I’m getting my fix in about a month and a half when I’m going to the USA with my family.

In a previous post I talked about my desire about travelling and the World Map that’s hanging on my wall.

As I’ve previously lived in Lisbon and Dublin and also travelled around the world, I see myself as an international person. But when I got the world map on my wall and had to put in the little red pins I saw that I’ve only visited 12 countries which is a lot less than I’d expected – even though I kind of new it already.

That was a reality check and it made me realize how big the world is. So little time and so much to see.

Focusing on my travelling and saving up money is going to be – as well as finding a job – the top priority for the years to come.

The Future

What the future holds, I don’t know. I have absolutely no clue as I’m not really sure what I want to do. My main focus is, at mentioned, to find a good job, save money, and travel.

Of course, I have dreams when it comes to work, but I’ve got a feeling that I will come around to that at some point in my life – yes, the dream is of course to find a job that allow me to travel while working. Working remotely is a dream for me.

Escaping the 9-5 cubicle would be amazing and that’s something I’m working on right now – unfortunately, there aren’t that many jobs like that unless you’re a native English speaker. My English is good, but not native English.

I’ll continue to chase the dream of working remotely. Being able to travel around while working and exploring this big world of ours.

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So, as I can’t say describe my dream better than Mark Cuban, I will just leave that picture there and thank you for reading my “brain off” post here.

Thanks guys,

Junior out.

 

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  1. I can totally relate!Although I’m more of a blogger than a writer, when I think I just end up thinking way too much and ruining the essence of the blogpost.I love your blog and writing style- it’s very interesting and unique.Keep up the good work, and I’d love for you to check my blog out too!

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    1. Overthinking stuff never made anything feel personal – I totally agree! 🙂

      Thanks a million, means a lot – I will check out your blog too!

      Take care!

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