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Bist du stolz auf dich?

cutieMonkey’s Profile PhotoGarnele
Hin und wieder ja (: es wäre ja auch schlecht, dauernd stolz auf sich selbst zu sein, da andere Menschen diese Eigenschaft dann als negativ wahrnehmen würden und selber wüsste man sie nicht mehr zu schätzen.
Ich bin zum Beispiel stolz darauf, dass ich mir immer wieder alleine was gegönnt habe, ohne diesen Druck immer alles zu zweit machen zu müssen. Ich habe Workshops gemacht am Wochenende und eine ganze Woche und war beim Wanderreiten. Und jedes Mal war ich danach richtig happy, weil ich Zweifel oder Ängste überwunden hab und einfach meiner Intuition gefolgt bin (:
Außerdem hab ich mich in schlechten Jobs nicht ausnutzen lassen und bin dort nicht nur der Bequemlichkeit wegen geblieben. Innerhalb 2,5 Jahre hab ich dreimal den Job gewechselt und jedes Mal die nervige und anstrengende Einarbeitungszeit auf mich genommen. Ich bin zwar stolz darauf, dass ich das durchgezogen habe, aber möchte das trotzdem nicht so fortsetzen. In meinem letzten Job habe ich gemerkt, wie viel wert es ist, wenn man alle Abläufe genau kennt und weiß, was man zu tun hat, ohne 100 Mal nachfragen zu müssen wegen fehlender Erfahrung.

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🌸 good morning & happy saturday! i hope everyone has a productive, yet relaxing, weekend. use this space to tell everyone what you've accomplish lately.

poetalunam’s Profile Photoleigh;
I hope you’re having a lovely weekend Leigh! Sorry I’ve only just got round to responding to this 🌸
I haven’t accomplished anything major lately, but luckily my bosses for both jobs seem to be really happy with me atm and have communicated this a few times in the last week, which is a nice boost! It’s rare to get praise, so it feels like an accomplishment that I must be doing something right - it makes the hustle and juggling both of the jobs feel worth it :)

i am jobless kindly pray for me i am so depressed😔

Allah Behtar Karay ga Jani ❤️ Tension nai lene, Abhi Jo bateen lagate han baad main sab Peche ghume gay. IN SH ALLAH Achi mille ge. FB per Jobs portal dekho aur agar professional ho tu linkedin achi se sexy se banao ke client zorror dekhae. Best advice hai

1) Do you think college is important? 2) Is it necessary for you to accomplish your goals? 3) Can you make your dreams come true without it?

aimeebellpepper’s Profile PhotoAimee Bell Pepper
Ya I do but it also depends on what your goals are. Kinda hard to become a doctor without going to college. Trade school is just as important if that fits your goals and some jobs it’s about experience.

Hypothetically speaking: if your S.O. lacks passion/drive in figuring out their career, do you remain patient with them, or do you walk away? Do you think people are born with that spark/will to do something? Or... Does it just show up one day? 🤔

Coolio247’s Profile PhotoJustine Coolioness
Well, considering that passion/drive for a career has been something I’ve struggled with with both of my exes now (in polar opposite ways), I think it really depends on the person and what exactly it is they’re missing. My first ex, for example, was totally fine working a minimum wage job and not really doing or trying anything to improve his career despite not being happy with the job he had. That wasn’t ok with me long term because it’s just not feasible to live working part time at a minimum wage job and I want someone who is self sufficient and at least ambitious enough to try working their way up in a company if nothing else, even if the company/job itself isn’t what they want/enjoy.
My most recent ex was the total opposite. He started working where I am now as a foot in for his desired career and then about a year into the job was already looking at other jobs in bigger cities because this one doesn’t pay enough and doesn’t offer enough room for advancement. But he’s *too* ambitious in that now that he’s got 1 year of experience in the field he’s going for all these big time jobs at big name companies and wanting a livable wage for an entry level position in a huge city and basically is kind of like an arrogant ambitious instead of a smart ambitious. And we had talked about “settling” vs “settling down” where I had said I don’t want to spend the rest of my life moving from state to state or city to city in search of better pay every few years, especially if we’re both in a place with pay that provides a comfortable life and he had basically said he can’t promise that he won’t want to keep searching for better options elsewhere. That’s the kind of ambition that (imo) is best suited for someone who doesn’t actually want a long term SO or wants one who is malleable and doesn’t have their own dreams and ambitions.
I think some are born with it and for others it just shows up one day. And for others yet, maybe they don’t have it because of certain extenuating circumstances. As someone who struggles with depression I know how hard it can be to find motivation or interest/passion for things and I think maybe that’s why I’m more understanding of those who maybe don’t have a passion but at least are willing to work toward something. I wouldn’t say I’m passionate about my job, but I do enjoy it and on the good days I also find it gratifying and fulfilling, so I think for me that’s a happy enough medium lol.
So tldr: passion and drive and ambition are all great but as with everything else, to a certain degree. And lack of those can also be worked with to a certain degree, depending on how the person lacking them handles it moving forward.

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Some get to know you Qs a) age + height b) highest level of education you COMPLETED c) what you do for work d) single or taken e) what happened with your last relationship and why f) fave TV show g) fave movie i) last place you went on vaca j) how many tats u got and which is your fave

a) 26 and I’m just under 5ft 3
b) a MFA Masters in Fine Art
c) my two day jobs are as a barista and market seller, I’m a freelance graphic designer and my true calling is being an artist (I just haven’t had any time lately to actively be one!)
d) single
e) he didn’t treat me very well and I had to walk away
f) Sleepy Hollow ⚔️
g) Back To The Future
i) North Devon, England
j) n/a

I just got a new contract for my job, I read it over myself and then sent it over to my brother who works helping people find jobs. When you got your work contract did you read yourself and sign it? Or did you have someone else look it over too just incase?

Congrats on the new contract!! Are you looking forward to the job?!
I just read it and signed, because lols. But I was pretty confident doing it because I've been signing player and coaching contracts with the company for ten years and they've not tried to pull a fast one yet 🤞😂

Any adulting tips? Not about lovelife please lason yan.

Eto essential adulting tips hehe
- Get atleast two government IDs as this is essential and needed when applying for jobs, bank accounts, housing etc. (You'll need it sa future)
- open a savings account in a bank that suits you, need mo siya kasi dyan mo ilalagay lahat ng money mo lalo na when you're working.
- to manage your money, follow the 50%-30%-20% rule if you're working na. 50 for needs, 30 for wants, 20 for savings or pay debt.
-kung di pa nakakaluwag, only buy what you can earn. As much as possible wag mag credit card, as you want less debt as possible.
-finally, don't compete with others, compete with yourself. Focus ka lang sa growth mo.
Btw, im just a student ah, baka magtanong ka about work after eh hahahaha hope this helps 😊

Personne de Belgique ?

franckmaquet26’s Profile PhotoFranck Maquet
"Could you have a real friendship if some part of you was always expecting betrayal?"
"Everyone had been so much more entertaining then. What had happened? Age, he guessed. And with it: Jobs. Money. Children. The things to forestall death, the things to ensure one’s relevance, the things to comfort and provide context and content. The march forward, one dictated by biology and convention, that not even the most irreverent mind could withstand. But those were his peers. What he really wanted to know was when his friends had become so conventional, and why he hadn’t noticed earlier."
“And if we are being philosophical—which we today are—we can say that life itself is the axiom of the empty set. It begins in zero and ends in zero. We know that both states exist, but we will not be conscious of either experience: they are states that are necessary parts of life, even as they cannot be experienced as life. We assume the concept of nothingness, but we cannot prove it. But it must exist. So I prefer to think that Walter has not died but has instead proven for himself the axiom of the empty set, that he has proven the concept of zero. I know nothing else would have made him happier. An elegant mind wants elegant endings, and Walter had the most elegant mind. So I wish him goodbye; I wish him the answer to the axiom he so loved.”
"Sometimes he wonders whether this very idea of loneliness is something he would feel at all had he not been awakened to the fact that he should be feeling lonely, that there is something strange and unacceptable about the life he has."
"But don’t you understand, Amy? You’re wrong. Relationships never provide you with everything. They provide you with some things. You take all the things you want from a person—sexual chemistry, let’s say, or good conversation, or financial support, or intellectual compatibility, or niceness, or loyalty—and you get to pick three of those things. Three—that’s it. Maybe four, if you’re very lucky. The rest you have to look for elsewhere. It’s only in the movies that you find someone who gives you all of those things. But this isn’t the movies. In the real world, you have to identify which three qualities you want to spend the rest of your life with, and then you look for those qualities in another person. That’s real life. Don’t you see it’s a trap? If you keep trying to find everything, you’ll wind up with nothing."

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Personne de Belgique

Which talent would you rather have, be an expert fisherman/woman and sell what you catch, or draw/paint anything you want perfectly with no mistakes but you can’t make/keep money from your drawings?

BlueEyesWhiteGuy’s Profile PhotoReaper
I mean, I’d automatically go with the art option, but it’d be a real bummer to not be able support myself financially through my art (therefore having to do other jobs as well as art) would be a bummer.
Having said that, I enjoy painting for the sake of painting and creating, so it’s still a pretty good option!

🌿 mental health check-in: how have you been feeling today?

poetalunam’s Profile Photoleigh;
It’s not *too* bad, thanks! For the most part, I feel pretty calm and stable, it’s mostly just trying to make sure I have enough energy for everything (both jobs, that is). I feel like I’ve been on the cusp of burnout for a while, and the other week was pretty mental in terms of working hours, which didn’t help! Luckily this week was just normal full-time hours, so I don’t feel as drained, which helps! It’s such a relief to know that I still have another day to recoup before it all starts again 🙌🏻

What are your plans for the near future?

Well luckily, there’s hopes of some issues being resolved at the coffee shop in regards to the days I work, and if it works out, it means I’ll be able to keep doing both of my jobs, which is a huge relief - as it’s been a major stress lately! It felt like I had to choose between them, which I didn’t want to do. So that’s the main plan, to keep on hustling for the next few months, to help achieve an important milestone.
Other than that:
💫 To finish off a painting I’m currently working on (finding the time and energy to do so has been really tricky!)
💫 Once the first painting is done, to finish off my painting/embroidery of the shoe piece I’d been working on, months ago!
💫 Once the milestone is out of the way, I’m hoping to start looking into getting a studio for my art. I’ve come across a few companies that do garden studios that look really cool, and it’s within the budget frame I expected it to be, so it’s a good target to work towards!

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do you want to work a low, boring job all your life?

Yes, because it is also:
1. Ur retirement basement
2. Stable income
3. If smth happens and u will be fired, u can change it into similar job without any problems
4. Bonuses
5. Some jobs provide also paid apartments, car

بعد اما اخلص تالتة ثانوي ومجبتش كليه قمة خلاص كدا game over وحاول مجددا ولا اي مش فاهم

You still got your whole life ahead of you
You're gonna meet amazing friends
Find a creative idea
Get experience from different jobs and hopefully find a place where you belong

I feel the same when looking at jobs! But, I’ve also looked at job descriptions of jobs I’ve actually been doing/am in and thought “What the fk? This sounds way more complicated than what it actually involves” 😂

That’s reassuring to hear!! Haha, on the flip side that is very true indeed, it’s amazing how descriptions can be pumped up to sound far more dramatic than they really are 😂

Would you recommend a career in sport? Are the injuries worth it?

Only if you really, really love it. You will meet some of the best people in the world, but it's pretty brutal. You will get injured, you won't always heal from those injuries - a lot of them will heal initially and then flare up as you get older and your body less forgiving. The turnover is high - you'll be an athlete until you're in your mid-20s (if you're good enough) and then you've got to adapt. It's not as easy as saying "okay, I'll coach" because coaching is a skillset. Good players don't make good coaches, a lot of the time, they're too competitive. And there's a lot more ex-players looking for jobs than there are actual players 😂
So if you love it, and if you get in young, yes. Absolutely. It can be so awesome.
If you're not already involved in sport, no. Not worth it. There's no job security unless you stay top of your game (be that in coaching, management, playing) so you have to keep going.

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[Summer Edition] Holidays.

anonymous_atticus’s Profile PhotoPaxton Hall
So this is what I aimed for.
In reality, I'm surrounded by unfinished term papers that are due very soon, a moody teenager who can go from angel to devil in 0,2 seconds, a cat that is very mad at me because the new place has much smaller windows which, apparently, aren't as good for staring outside (cat logic) and on top of that I feel sick almost every day and still try to work two jobs, one of them includes me wearing a cupcake costume. Yay!
Summer Edition Holidays

Aik line mere liye...

I think self respect is what we all have started compromising over mere worldy possessions. In jobs, relations and goals we do not consider ourselves important. Respecting own ideas,opinion and health is way more precious than money or fame.
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Hello sir, I kinda need your opinion regarding my career. What do you do if a few of your colleagues don't respect you because of rumors that you never do? I don't why but I don't feel like I wanna work there anymore. My job no longer excites me.

Thank you for your question.
I can only answer this question based upon the information you provided and how I would react based upon my own experience. I would never quit a job because of rumors or gossip. My opinion is that those people who gossip and spread rumors are broken people who feed off the pain, suffering and misfortune of others simply to make themselves feel superior or important. Therefore, it is best to ignore rumors and reject those people who gossip.
The question you should be concerned with is this: "Do you like you job?" Any decision you make should be based upon whether or not you enjoy the work you do. If you do not enjoy your work, make a list of the types of employment you can visualize yourself doing. Keep in mind that some jobs require specific training, certifications, degrees where other types of employment simply require on the job training. Remember that every decision you make has consequences, including quitting a job.
If you depend upon the money you earn from a particular job, but do not like the job, then you need to decide what type of job you would like to perform. Once you decide what it is you want to do, set that as your goal and write it down and post it somewhere that is visible (on a mirror) to remind yourself each day what your goal is and if you are actually taking the daily steps to work toward your stated goal.
Achieving goals can be arduous and time consuming and as such, require persistence, self discipline and dedication.
- If your goal is realistic, you can achieve it.
- If you believe in yourself and are committed to your success, you will realize your goal.
Good Luck

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Liked by: Aisyahpotated Nitu.

Ciao 🌶 Chi credi possa essere considerato un genio della nostra epoca?

SamanthaMarioli’s Profile PhotoMetanoia
Ciao bella😘😘😘 buona serata anche a te. Difficile dirlo,perché il genio è il pioniere,il creativo,colui o colei che ha cambiato completamente il panorama mondiale. Forse ti direi Steve Jobs e Jeff Besos,ma è già difficile mettere loro

Lieber schön und dumm oder hässlich und schlau?

vmuyter’s Profile PhotoTori
Wenn du nur schön aber dumm bist bekommst du bessere Jobs die dich schneller kaputt machen mit denen du dich schneller kaputt machst, du bekommst mehr Sex mit noch dazu den falschen der dich schneller kaputt macht und mehr Beziehungen aber mit den falschen die dich schneller kaputt machen. Aber am meisten zerstörst du dich selbst rasant wenn du dumm bist und nur auf äußeres stolz. Dumm ist immer das fatalste was es gibt und in Kombi mit schön ist es wie gesagt noch fataler. Wenn du dumm und hässlich wärst würden dir zumindest manche Wahrheiten noch schneller klar.

I hate f*ing jobs. Any agree? The whole job set up in general. The politics The hyarchy, the whole job and job structure. I like things slower and less intrusive in your real life.

welcome to capitalism. 🤷🏻‍♀️
however, unfortunately there isn't much we can do about it in the short term ; most people need to work to have money for basic survival.
Liked by: Jane Turtle Meh! Livi;

Was können Männer tuen das Frauen mehr Rechte kriegen?

jugo069’s Profile PhotoElmir Ffm
Wie wäre es einfach damit das jeder jeden ohne vorbehalte oder sonst irgendwas normal behandelt und keiner keinen bevorzugt, wenn es um Jobs oder dergleichen geht.
Ich persönlich finds nämlich nicht wirklich die Super Lösung das man Menschen einstellt nur weil sie ein gewisses Geschlecht haben, nur um irgendwie gut dazustehen oder um ne Quote zu erfüllen.

Do you think people who choose to work from home should be paid less?

Nope. People working from home actually cuts costs for their employers. Less computers running saves electricity costs, less bodies in the office means they can rent a smaller office space, and for jobs that cover travel time... No travel time! End of the day if the job is getting done it shouldn't matter where from and it shouldn't affect the pay.

What emotion is the strongest for you?

kinzanoor267’s Profile PhotoKinza
It's a weakness.🤗 i'll tell you why. What makes us humans different than animals? our ability to control emotions. If an animal want to attack another one it will just do it. but we humans stop and think about the consequences.the more we evolved the more we were able to control our emotions. Still there are people who cannot do it. They are mostly trouble makers of the society. A less emotional man can think and understand situations better than an emotional person. Consequently he have a higher chance of becoming successful in life. Now people may say without emotions we're just robots. Let me ask you why do you think machines have taken over most of the jobs that were once done by humans? Because they are better than us. If being devoid of emotions makes us machine like I would say that's the point of our evolution. To be better. And I'm sure one day humans will be devoid of the weakness known as emotion. And i hope you’ll get the best answer with these example.🤗 thankyou😂

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Should i give second chance to someone who chose someone else over me years ago now he have learned his lesson and have completely diff personality but idk if I should give him a chance

Give him a second chance and a third till he sends an invitation for NIKAH, but dont think about blow jobs or any other haraam things.

What is your busiest day of the week? Why?

I have no idea. It has always been diffiсult for me to fit into the concept of a weekly work cycle.
However, I think from september my busiest days will be weekends, because I still don't see any other way to combine pairs at uni, preparing an article, three part-time jobs and preparing for possible graduate school exams, and I also need to write some diploma.

Do friends have to talk daily?

I don’t have anyone to talk to daily, I’m more inclined to chatting in person, and that’s usually with my coworkers at both of my jobs. I find it difficult to chat, in truth! I just worry that I’m annoying it a burden, so I admit that because if that, I’m pretty bad at initiating conversations :)

Kabhi socha hai esi life ka kya karna hai?

Xaniyasajjad’s Profile PhotoZAINIYA
Bro socha ye hai k hamne apne liay khud itni complications banayi hain,
I remember asking my Nana (may he rest in peace), about jobs and why did he do so many, like he really did try everything on the spectrum😩 and he was like…
Rizq wohi jo halal ho, like that’s the ONLY thing that matters🤌
And i felt SOOOO dumb right then and there man.
Not these categories, not the achi aur buri job that elevates or brings down your status or gives you a good rishta lmaooo.
Yeah obv you gotta earn enough to take care of yourself & your family, but it’s these other constraints we have that make us forget Allah takes care of the rest when you have an honest earning and you’re working hard.
It is so so simple when you think abt it 🤌🤌🤌

Why are people on the left joining the right?

"The Turn" by Liel Leibovitz (part 3)
The Turn hit me just a beat before it did you, so I know just how awful it feels. It’s been years now, but I still remember the time a dear friend and mentor took me to lunch and warned me, sternly and without any of the warmth you’d extend to someone you truly loved, to watch what I said about Israel. I still remember how confusing and painful it felt to know that my beliefs—beliefs, mind you, that, until very recently, were so obvious and banal and widely held on the left that they were hardly considered beliefs at all—now labeled me an outcast. The Turn brings with it the sort of pain most of us don’t feel as adults; you’d have to go all the way back to junior high, maybe, to recall a stabbing sensation quite as deep and confounding as watching your friends all turn on you and decide that you’re not worthy of their affection any more. It’s the kind of primal rejection that is devastating precisely because it forces you to rethink everything, not only your convictions about the world but also your idea of yourself, your values, and your priorities. We all want to be embraced. We all want the men and women we consider most swell to approve of us and confirm that we, too, are good and great. We all want the love and the laurels; The Turn takes both away.
But, having been there before, I have one important thing to tell you: If the left is going to make it “right wing” to simply be decent, then it’s OK to be right.
Why? Because, after 225 long and fruitful years of this terminology, “right” and “left” are now empty categories, meaning little more than “the blue team” and “the green team” in your summer camp’s color war. You don’t get to be “against the rich” if the richest people in the country fund your party in order to preserve their government-sponsored monopolies. You are not “a supporter of free speech” if you oppose free speech for people who disagree with you. You are not “for the people” if you pit most of them against each other based on the color of their skin, or force them out of their jobs because of personal choices related to their bodies. You are not “serious about economic inequality” when you happily order from Amazon without caring much for the devastating impact your purchases have on the small businesses that increasingly are either subjugated by Jeff Bezos’ behemoth or crushed by it altogether. You are not “for science” if you refuse to consider hypotheses that don’t conform to your political convictions and then try to ban critical thought and inquiry from the internet. You are not an “anti-racist” if you label—and sort!—people by race. You are not “against conformism” when you scare people out of voicing dissenting opinions. (cont)

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Psychological Fact: Introverts are best in creative, Marketing and Educational Field. Some of the introverts are: Bill Gates, Steven Spielberg, Emma Watson, Steve Jobs, JK Rowlings, Albert Einstein, Issac Newton, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffet, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Barack Obama.

sana_shafique’s Profile PhotoSana Shafique
I am an introvert and left handed person too like Bill gates, Obama, mark Zuckerberg، Einstein، Steve jobs، but the difference is they all are men and i am a woman۔ maybe that's why I am dumbo 😄 jk۔

Have you ever hated yourself?

Throughout my life there have been many people who have hated me for various reasons. Some of my siblings hated me because I was my fathers first born and was named after him. Some musicians (guitarists) hated me because they thought they were better musicians than me and could not comprehend why I was on stage performing and earning money while they were not. And even in high school some held me in contempt because I was an honor roll student, worked several jobs and had my own rock band that performed every weekend and, of course, they did not.
And so I developed a thick skin and thought:
1, Are any of those negative attitudes my problem? No.
2. Do I have any control over what other people think about me? No
To survive I had to learn to ignore the venom spewed from the envious mouths of other people and trained myself to concentrate on my personal goals while ignoring negative people, toxic behavior and outcomes and events that I had no control over.
And so I can honestly admit that I have never hated myself nor have I allowed other people to convince me that I have no value or self worth, and therefore am not worthy to be loved. As an adult, I have surrounded myself with loyal people who not only care about me, but when necessary, will fight to defend and protect me from envy, gossip and other forms of malicious behavior perpetrated by dysfunctional people who enjoy destroying the lives and happiness of other people.

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"No wonder you're in such terrible shape then. What kind of cruel, apathetic task master makes a man handle everything himself? I'm surprised /you/ haven't perished."

restemployed_’s Profile Photoꜰᴏʀᴇᴠᴇʀ ɪɴ ᴏᴜʀ ʜ.ʀ.
*Reaper then starts laughing because it's true, him and his brother are the only Reapers handling everything*
Your telling me! Me and my bro might of taken on these appearances to blend in but I feel like we've worked ourselves down to the bone! At least he gets the easy jobs so it's less stressful on him..his job is to take the Souls of those who are willing and ready to pass on while I take the ones who don't want to move on, so I'm in battle after battle..you'd be surprised by how many people are willing to battle Death itself to keep living..

Sollten übergewichtige Menschen (nicht die, die es aus gesundheitlichen Gründen/ Krankheitsbedingt sind) höhere Krankenkassenbeiträge zahlen müssen? (Das ist übrigens nicht meine Meinung, hab die Aussage von einem Youtuber gehört und möchte jetzt andere Meinungen dazu hören.)

Marie29052001’s Profile PhotoMarie ♡
Das ist, sorry für die Wortwahl, ne selten dämliche Aussage. Wenn man danach gehen will, dann soll man aber auch für Sportler oder Menschen in schweren körperlichen Jobs ebenso zu höheren Abgaben zwingen. Und wenn wir schon dabei sind, können wir ja gleich bei Rentnern weiter machen. Oder die Beiträge für Familien hochdrehen, weil Kinder häufiger krank werden und sich verletzen. Würden die Menschen einfach mal 10 Sekunden nachdenken, bevor sie scheiße labern, wäre der Welt sehr viel geholfen.

What motivates you to get out of bed?

I actually don’t need motivation to go out of bed. I would need motivation to stay in bed haha, I could never lay down for the whole day, not even when I’m ill.
I always feel the need to do things, to clean my room, to work on school or my jobs, to go to the gym, to talk with people, to eat, etc, etc. 😊
What motivates you to get out of bed

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