An experiment?

Do I even look like a scientist? What’s going on in my head that remotely makes me think that I am capable of conducting an experiment? Am I nuts?

Well, yeah I am. Just a little, but that’s besides the point. And it’s not like I’m planning on conducting a real scientific experiment, though that may not be such a bad idea, but I’ll ruminate on that in private. This is an introduction to a little personal social experiment in which I will try to think positively instead of negatively, where I try to be optimistic instead of pessimistic, so that I can make the necessary changes in my life that will lead me to success in my life.

Sounds hard.

It is, but my method will be simple. I will create a blog. In fact, I have already created my blog, The Power of Positive Affirmations. In it, I plan to write essays, post inspirational quotes from historical figures, and the like. Any support I can receive will be appreciated. Anyone that wants to contribute is welcome to do so. I welcome all the help I can get!

So far, I’ve only have the introductory essay posted, but I will look to post more in the near future. I would like to be able to post daily, which I admit will be difficult. We will see how this goes, and maybe see if it helps me make positive changes in my life, and in the lives of my readers. So far I have no followers, but this is only Day 1.

Where will this little experiment lead me? Will anyone join?

5 thoughts on “An experiment?

  1. Um, what does a scientist look like? 😉

    Yes, changing how we see life is hard. Take it from someone who’s had a tough one. But it can be done – to a point. It takes being ‘present’ at all times and being willing to be honest with yourself. I think you have the ‘right stuff’ as they say.

    Another similar thing that works for many people and may be easier is the ‘gratitude’ exercise. Write down three things every day you are grateful for, however small. I’ve been meaning to do that one but I’m still hiding under my ‘procrastination blanket’. 😉

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