In my journey with healing myself, and working through my anxiety, I have been pushing myself more and more, to go further and further. Taking myself out of my comfort zone that I have built up for the past, I can’t even tell you how long. The more I confront the more I hope will heal and allow me to release it more and more from myself.
I am now setting out on my craziest adventure yet. To take myself out of my comfort zone once a week, and go out places. Even if I have to just take myself there, it will still allow me to go out and experience new things. Which will help push myself and open myself up to new things. It it my goal to do this once a week for a year. Taking myself all over the place. Whether it’s a big outing or something small, like a trip to the movies. I have never attempted something even remotely close to this before in my life or even thought of doing something like this. So here I am, starting a new chapter in my life, and going forward to new things. To create new memories and maybe even meet new people. I hope to blog about these experiences each week as a record of things.
This weeks outing was to the movies today and yesterday. I did take myself to the movies, and I’m OK with that. If I want to see something I have no issue taking myself. Plus with anxiety for me it can be easier to be alone when I do things. I saw Gods of Egypt and Kung Fu Panda 3. Gods of Egypt was a good movie, I love that time. Ancient Egypt and love mythology. The Franklin Institute has an exhibit on Egypt and Pixar as well, currently, and would love to go and see them. There was a lot of special effects and fight scenes, and story could have been better, but it’s nice to see a different version of the universe, as opposed to the same ol’ stories that we are used to in Hollywood, like Miracles of Heaven that is coming soon. Kung Fu Panda was not too shabby either. I’m a fan of the franchise, I love cartoons. I think this one was more “silly” then its predecessors, but overall was good. I think 1 and 2 were much better than the third one. I’d give both movies as 3 out of 5.
I am not sure on what all to go and do, but I am sure I will think of something do to and or see.
Here’s to new experiences.