Currently – 10/13/19 (Dieting, Cooking, Investing)

I feel like every post I say something negative… I know I’ve said this a lot, but this blog is primarily just my day to day thoughts and such. That being said I feel like every time I get on here there’s always something negative. That’s not to say it isn’t true but maybe, every once and a while, I’ll skip the negatives and just talk about the positives. I’ll probably drop this pretty shortly after, as I am known to do, but let’s try it!

So I’ve been looking at my body and sort of disappointed in what I’ve been seeing. Exercising is something I want to get more into but I should also shape up how I eat as well. I’ve been working on doing some intermittent fasting which… I’m not sure if its working? I guess, maybe, its helping me with my own personal control over not overeating. At least I hope it is. The basic idea is to limit the amount of time I eat down to a period and apart from that I kind of fast. Basically I’m just actively skipping breakfast in an effort to be more conscious of my eating habits. I think its working, at least from the stand point that I’m making plans on what to eat instead of shoveling random things in my mouth at any time of the day.

Today I cooked something really interesting. It was like a chicken stew. Basically just a less watery chicken soup. It actually tasted pretty good so I was surprised. I cook somewhat often but I’m not really adventurous because I’m cooking for other people so this was kind of out of the way for me. I didn’t get any feedback from the people who ate some of it, which kind of sucks because I wanted to know if it was good or not. In any case, I’m pretty happy with what I’ve done so that’s nice.

I’ve been thinking about getting into small time investments as a way to potentially make a lot more money. I signed up with this company called Robinhood and they seem decent? I mean they gave me a free stock for signing up which was nice. Its not a whole lot but its free and if I decide to cash out its literally just all my money… I think. Anyways, I’ve been saving up some money so I could go on a trip and that might not be happening any time soon so I figured why not spend a few bucks and potentially make more?

I guess the investing idea is also to make me more of an adult, as weird as that sounds. I don’t do many ‘adult’ things like finances, going to clubs, drinking or anything like that. I mostly stay at home, play video games and watch tv shows which I’m fine with but most people usually give me weird looks. Not to say I care about what others think because I feel kind of happy just doing this. There’s nothing wrong with what I’m doing so I feel like its just hobbies that aren’t harmful and don’t cost a whole lot, though that can vary.

It would be really cool if this investing thing could get me some actual money that I could use to build a future. I keep having this idea of me being this new age investor type where I’m just wearing very chill and comfortable clothes but I make lots of money and use that to fund a great and adventurous life. I don’t understand why people with vast amounts of money just stay close to all of it and sit on that. Why not spend it on something fun? Life is short and you’ve been basically given a free ticket to see this vast world!

I think I would start traveling to Europe then some of the Asian countries like Japan and China then go to Australia. I also think it would be really interesting to go to India and try some of the local cuisine. It really got into my head after I watched that street food documentary on Netflix. I’ve traveled around a fair bit already in my past, some in America and one trip outside of my country. The header of this blog is actually from Iceland. I guess I just really want to find a place out there where I belong and can be at peace with someone special.

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