Friday, July 8, 2011




I seem to have an interesting thing in my head. Whenever I find a new interest it always follows this path: start doing it - get good at it - lose interest. This has been a problem for me since I was a kid. I rode my bike only 3-4 times. When I started doing swimming lessons I was the best of my group, then the trainer wanted me to swim each day so I can take part in competitons. Then I got lazy and left swimming. Same story with Muay-Thai.

As you probably know I am into rollerblades right now. My only fear is that as soon as I buy them I will lose interest and just throw them in my closet. Hope that doesn't happen :D.

29 comments:

  1. this is probably caused due to coming of age.. you'll always discover new stuff when you are young. i hope that you ride your rollers for life :)

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  2. I feel the same way, I hope it doesn't translate into jobs and relationships, that's where it could get a little troublesome.

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  3. man, i relate to you so much with this. I do something for a while but then i just lose complete interest. It sucks really but guess it just comes with growing up.

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  4. I know exactly what you mean, it happened to me with instruments, and I regret it.

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  5. i will never stop playing bass, it just takes some discipline

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  6. it happens me all the time, its like the challenge is over, and i move to another thing. hopefuly it wont happen with the blog. +1 follower

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  7. Lol, I feel the same way since I was kid, and seeing the comments is fine to know that I'm not the only one...same happens to me with girls lol

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  8. Lol, I have the oposite, I lose interest because I can't do it xd haha awesome blog, followiing!

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  9. dont buy them...rent them at the roller rink! It's going to happen again.. you'll get bored.

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  10. I also get bored in things pretty easily...

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  11. I know how you feel. It's just ambition and drive really.

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  12. same with me, only do it in small amounts

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  13. you need to find that really challenges you, I've been kind of an overachiever just like you

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  14. Rollerblades are silly. Get a skateboard, duuuude.

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  15. Pick something challenging which involves a lot of effort and offers constant improvement, I was like you till I decided to hit the gym, no session is boring because im always trying to add more weight or more reps

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  16. I already did that. Used to train every day but when I started building muscles I broke my finger and hat to stop for a little while. Still didn't do any exercise since then.

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  17. Some people just move on to other things quicker. Everyone finds one that they stick with though!

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  18. wewew thats enough for today lol. i've had similar problems;)

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  19. It prob will happen once you buy them lol

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  20. You have to become more disciplined if you want to stick to something. I got similiar problems aswell but I'm constantly improving and pushing myself out of comfort zone.

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  21. Well I believe it's normal. Until you hit something really big.
    Only this year I was supposed to learn 3-4 big things and after I started, realised it's not for me..

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  22. just like me, always when they started to do something well that I lose interest, because it is not challenging for me

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  23. I know that feeling well, hopefully I can improve on it in future

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  24. There have been a lot of things like that in my life. You just have to find something with enough stimulation to keep you hooked.

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  25. In my case it's like this_ New interest - spending lots of time doing it - realise that you suck - search for something now. But now I'm stuck on design and I'm quite good in it ;).

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