A few days ago, I turned 46, and this event inspired me to think a lot about bettering myself!
So I’m on a journey hoping to find a better version of myself. Now I’m not saying I need a lot of tweaking, but I can stand to improve.
Not only did my age change a few days ago but the way I see life has changed. My goal is to be more open and genuine and spread positivity.
But here’s the thing! It is so difficult for me to be in a positive space when I deal with people that push my buttons. So after much thought and debate, I have chosen to leave broke things right where they are. I can’t fix a relationship nor come to an understanding if the other person has a higher desire to make uncredible accusations than to live in the truth.
I will leave you where I found you.
Arguing is no longer of interest to me. I want to be happy. And in order for me personally to be happy I have to be around positive energy.
This one thing changed my perspective
My son left for college a week ago, and if you have been with me for a while, you know how painful it was for me to say, “see ya soon.” Well, apparently, I was in great company because all the other parents were struggling just as badly as we were. So a sergeant/mental health coach started all the parents on a fit journey.
Y’all know I’m excited about this!
He put us on a spiritual/mental/physical/emotional journey, and it HAS DONE WONDERS FOR ME!
Throughout my journey, I will share tidbits with you and keep you posted on this delicious new adventure. So today, I want to share three words that you can use to turn someone’s not so good day into a better day. And saying these three words will make you feel so good. I tried it out first on my husband; his reaction was priceless. He had the biggest smile on his face, hugged me, and said, “I’m so happy to hear that; you just made me feel fantastic.”
Yay, it worked!
Let’s say you’re at the store talking to a stranger or talking to a friend, and they happen to ask you, “how are you doing today.”
And you simply respond with a smiled and say , “Positively, absolutely fantastic.”
You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!