Thanks to a loyal following and some famous poems posted on the blog, 4 months and 10 days after I started this blog, it's had 1053 visitors. That's about 250 visitors a month. Unless my math skills have left me. Haha. Anyway, it's encouraging to know that people are reading. Thank you.
I realized today while doing grammar (ugh!) how hard it is to rein in feelings and emotions. I have a problem with this. My mouth talks when it doesn't like things. It complains about how there is no reason to do this, how I'm never going to use this ever again, and how stupid it is that I have to waste my time on this idiotic subject. All of that complaining doesn't do a minutiae of good. I still have to do it, and it just makes it harder for my mom to put up with me. I'm 18, and I should know better than to behave like a kid. So. It's not fun to do grammar, but I'm gonna try and button my lip and do it. This is not the only area, of course. There are WAY too many areas in my life where it's hard for me to stay on the right path.
In what areas is it hard for you to exercise self-control? What do you do to change, and what have you found helps you to win out over the "Mr. Hyde" inside of us all?