Do you have anything you'd like/are planning to change?
Things like habits, spending too much time playing games, reading too little, not drawing, having too much free time and wanting to use it for something, etc.
Things that you had wanted to change for a long time but haven't either put yourself into work. Or, if you're working on that, what are you doing to change them?
As for OP:
I spend most of my day sitting so I'd like to get rid of the extra energy I get every time I eat. The thing is, I live in a small apartment, and I don't really want to join a gym or anything like that. I'd like to run but the only good place is far and I don't have the time. I'd like to do something in my home but, since it's small, there's not much I can do to burn energy. At least I don't know of any exercise that doesn't require that much space other than abdominals and squatting.
→Fix twangy speech
I've only noticed recently my voice sounds twangy, probably because I don't speak too much/often so I don't move my mouth properly or something, but I've started to read books aloud and recording my voice to improve it.
→Learn to speak Japanese
I know how to read, but when it comes to speaking or writing in japanese I still have serious problems.
Talking about it is a massive waste of time. There is only a person and their demons. Nobody else can actually help you.
Why do you think they weren't already doing those things? Wanting to make a change does not make that change happen. If they only want that change, there's obviously something holding that person back.
>>18799>Why do you think they weren't already doing those things?
Not being aware of a speech impairment? Lack of time? Space? Cash to buy an intrument and working to get the money? Do I need to point out more examples of why somebody has been unable to complete some small goal?
Because that's what I mean. Small changes to change small things in your life to achieve some small goal, not procrastination, or some major chanfe in your life or anything like that. Philosophy has nothing to do with it. I didn't really thought it'd be necessary to explicitly state it.
/n/ is that way, my friend. Wanting to practice shodo and finding it hard to achieve because you can't find good brush and ink has nothing go do with demons.
it is really draining, no meme