Recently, I checked my inbox and opened a new email titled "Can Life Get Better?" My first thought was an enthusiastic "yes!" Vein. I opened the email and the second headline read "Here's a woman who proves that." I scrolled down a bit and surprisingly found myself staring again. It was from a collaboration with a company called SeroVital for an anti-aging supplement and their message could not have come at a better time.
Although we collaborated on social media a few months ago, e-mail correspondence arrived a few days ago when I celebrated my 6th wedding anniversary! Those of you who followed me or read my book know that I have been a single parent for 13 years, but hopefully you know that I am happily married now. So on the 6th year!
And to top it off, we welcomed a new grandchild that same day, and I definitely felt all the gratitude!
But how can you adapt to this kind of lifestyle if you do not celebrate a big milestone or success? How do you actually tilt Libra in his favor so that it can be part of a continuum and not just an occasional one? very good day?
Let me first say that I am admittedly too optimistic, but trust me when I say that I am also realistic. In my 46 years, I have had some pretty tough challenges, and as a school counselor I work daily with children and families who also had a serious trauma in their lives. So I'm not looking through pink glasses on the world. But I believe that people on a core level are resilient and stubborn, and if you do not believe that your core has risen to a level you still desire, there are ways to ignite and ignite those flames.
And since I used to go into trauma, I do not want to mention that this is not a trauma Dealing with trauma Post. I know that many of us are struggling with things that may not be properly addressed here. If you are really looking for help in this area, I like this post by This Way Up. You can read it Here.
However, this specific post is really about subtle improvements in our daily lives and how we can live so that the scale is right in our favor and we continue to evolve on difficult days.
Include a positive attitude– this is probably my most and least favorite item in the post. It is my greatest concern, because a positive attitude is your most important feature and an excellent indicator of success in many areas. It's the least, because I think it's often overused and not well explained, and sometimes I owe it myself. It is not as easy as Just be positive or think happy or any of those other buzz words on a t-shirt. It's really about learning how to redesign and move your focus. If you are not naturally optimistic, it can cost work and time. The shift results from focusing on the positive things in your life. It is easy to focus on what is not going right, but to dig deeper.
Think not only of the things in your life that you are grateful for, but also the times in your life when you did not get what you wanted so much, and it turned out to be a blessing. I like the idea instead of asking why me? ask What is this to teach me?? This gives us the opportunity to start again with a more positive attitude. There is a lot of research that supports the idea that it is not so much what happens to us, but how we perceive what happens to us. grit is a wonderful book by Angela Duckworth that explains this concept and explains how to build it very well.
Learn a new creative ability– You will often hear me talking about trying new things. I love the idea of learning and am a constant student. I think it's one of those things that keeps us young at heart. "You do not grow old mentally, if you are always ready to start again in its infancy," I could say in a lecture or in a post, and I believe that there is a lot, whether you fail or succeed Value. But in this case, it's not just about it to attempt For new things, it's more about learning a creative skill that really matters to you and that you actually master. It's about finding it Your thing and spend enough time feeling really good about doing it and sharing it with the world. When we feel confident in something that we produce, we feel more connected. Letting go or giving life often gives us the feeling of meaning.
travel– I know that not everyone has the resources for exotic travel, but I do not think traveling means leaving the country or, in some cases, even your hometown. Search for places you want to visit by browsing the hashtags on social media or in local magazines for interesting places to visit near you. Recently, my daughters and I visited a local flower farm and had the best day there. It was beautiful and the people who run it were so nice. And my trip to Idaho this summer was as exciting as my all-inclusive Caribbean vacation we did last summer.
My thoughts are about not only enjoying your experiences, but also broadening your world view and getting to know the people who live and work there. When we see the world or when we live through another lens, we gain a higher level of appreciation and solidarity with the people and places around us. Leading a better life not only means appreciating what we have, but often also means going out and broadening our horizons.
Be braveThere will be times in your life when you realize that things just do not work for you. This can be a relationship, a job or even a place of residence. When I think about this concept, I think of the lyrics of Kenny Rogers "You need to know when to fold them …". While I obviously think that persistence and stubbornness are wonderful qualities, I also think that our gut is a really good measure of how stubborn we need to be with our situation.
I recently spoke with a lady who told me in tears that she has been miserable with her relationship for 7 years. "He's the reason why I have nothing now!" She said. Without knowing the details of their situation, I can not really subscribe to that statement, but I can say that you are in a situation that does not suit you – a job that does not make you feel fulfilled or a friendship that feels not quite right. Remember that you can change that. Find out what needs to happen to get out of this environment and then be brave enough to get through it.
I'm someone who likes the idea of stability and security, and sometimes that can be difficult for me, but one of my favorite quotes is:spring and the net will emerge, "And while that may not be where you are right now, your inner voice will let you know when it's time to prepare for this big leap, and life will be better, not by accident, but by action And the good news is that we all have the power to do it make it possible!
These are my tips to make sure your life is getting better! I would also like to hear your thoughts on this topic!
Until the next post,
xo Tonya Parker
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