- Went to go shopping with JB and mini-JB for my wedding suit.
- Played badminton (did some footwork, it felt so good).
- Family supper for my brother and I's birthdays.
- Late gym session (did upper body, pushing "heavy" weights feels amaazing).
Thought of the day:
I remember right after my gym session telling myself "ahh, this was such a perfect day".
I did everything I wanted to do.
I spent time with JB, spent time with family, played badminton (and consequently spent time with friends), trained badminton, ate some good food and went to the gym.
I know this isn't a sustainable lifestyle though.
If I repeated my perfect day every single day, it would get me nowhere.
And I don't think I ONLY want to do these 5-6 things forever either.
I have different parts of myself who have other interests and they wouldn't feel fulfilled if I only stuck to these things.
But still, I'm happy that I had a wonderful day today.
Due to my overthinking mind, I rarely ever think that my days are perfect the way they are and always wish that something didn't happen or that something more would have happened.
Today though, I feel like everything just fell into place naturally.
I wouldn't have added anything and wouldn't have removed anything either.
I guess that's why I call it a perfect day.
Not because today contained EVERYTHING I'd want in a day, but more so because I wouldn't change anything that happened.
I feel grateful to have been able to experience such a day as well as being aware of how lucky I am to have had this.