“I have chosen to be happy because it’s good for my health.” – Voltaire
As Catholics prepare for the most holy time of the year, I hope if that’s you that you’ll consider this on the eve of your Lenten journey.
Most give up something, a sacrifice for 40 days. But it is often more difficult to commit to something, adding a positive or constructive habit for that specific length of time, than it is to give up.
So rather than cutting out sweets or taking a hiatus from social media, may you do some good this season. Donate one dollar each day, if you’re able, to a worthy cause. Add a new and positive habit to your routine. Practice a random act of kindness daily.
Sacrifice doesn’t always equal giving up – it just may mean making a commitment and sticking to it. Food for thought this evening.
“I wake up every morning believing today is going to be better than yesterday.” – Will Smith
If you want to lift your spirits, be aware of your thoughts.
Negative thinking can impact your attitude and how you relate to others. Find ways to feed your soul, nourish your spirit and stimulate your mind.Continue reading “Tip of the day.”
Some weeks are more challenging than others and some feel like a month’s worth of work is tucked into five days! This is not a complaint. When I catch myself feeling stressed, exhausted or frustrated, I step back and take a moment to look for the silver lining. Sometimes it shines brightly and other times, I have to take an inventory and seek it out.