I think I’ve figured out why I can’t sleep at night. Nighttime is my time. I’m meant to live in the night. The stars and the moon are a reflection of my soul. I’m going to stop fighting it. I’ve decided I will now just embrace not being able to sleep. If I find myself struggling to go to bed, I’m going to get up, go outside, and be with my soul. Hopefully this works well.
All I know is that the daytime hold no mystery and that upsets me. It seems to be meant for people living a life they aren’t proud of, going to the same boring job, settling for whatever comes their way. Nighttime is for the believers, and it brings out the best of you. The amount of ideas I have race through my head at night is insane. Last night I had a super exciting idea for my blogs—I can’t wait to begin this next step.
If you have something that brings you peace, whether it’s an animal, a hobby, a movie, a game, a book, etc—you need to use that thing to your advantage as much as you possibly can. Even if you have five minutes; look up quotes from your favorite book or movie, look at pictures of your animal. You can always take a piece of that peace and use it anytime of the day.
Take the things you think are a problem and look at them with a different perspective—try to figure out if they are actually problems, or if you just aren’t seeing them the right way. A lot of the time, there are easter eggs hidden within the darkness you see. It just takes a little searching, or maybe a moment of realization; either way if you are putting in effort to find it, it will reveal itself somehow.