Dearest Reader… Happy V-day!!!!
What does February 14th mean to you?
To some its a celebration of love and all things romantic. To others it is reminder of the love they lost or that was betrayed.
No matter how you choose to celebrate this day, pass on some good cheer to someone else.
- A smile
- A hug
- A donation
- A gift
- A card
- A phone call
- A simple note about how you really feel
- Or just be there, be present in the moment
- Listen and support one another.
Love one another as you love yourself.
A whole month has gone by since I last logged it. It does not even feel like ‘forever’. I have been keeping busy though, traveling, school, work, family, and of course celebrating turning 26. . . I am back and I have a long list of things to cover in 2018. . . Let’s be great together!
As this year has blossoms, ask yourself, what have you done to make yourself better then the year before. By now month has gone by very quickly, what have you done that you are most proud of? Have you attempted at any of the ‘New Years Resolutions’ yet? Have you began to dissect how you’re going to tackle the remainder of the days left in the year. Most importantly, why or why not?
I think this is the year we all stop living for others and live for yourself. Create something or be someone that you can be proud of. Don’t fall short of peer pressure or compare your life to the snapshots on social media of people ‘living it up’. Do you!
Be a boss!
Don’t give up!
It’s your life, live it according to you!
If you have been following my blog from the start you may notice that I am still finding my way around the world of blogging, (I’m taking suggestions). I have a lot to say and when it’s all scattered in my brain, I just have to finally let it out. As I pick back up this year from where I left off, I hope to continue to expand my imagination, bringing this blog to life as it is my passion and my most beloved hobby.
I am going to focus primarily on health, eldercare, and lifestyle topics. Even though sometimes I may insert some personal stories, I hope you still find my contents inspiring, motivating, and easy to comprehend.
In a few days it will be The beginning of a new year. 2018!!!
Are you ready?
What preparations have you made to profit more, enjoy more, have more, or be involved more this coming year?
I believe that making new year resolutions AKA a list of to-dos is beneficial in many ways. You could set up deadlines or due dates. Goal setting is very important. It helps you to see your growth over periods of time.
My suggestion: take a few minutes to write down your goals for 2018? Make it about you. Its about self growth. This is the year of the 🦋. Spread your wings.
Happy New Year Dear Readers!!!
I’ve heard it is said often that it’s not about where you come from but where you are going. That is true. Must we not forget that our pass influences our future. In order to create a positive future we must deal with the pass in the present.
Be mindful of your pass.
Don’t forget where you come from. Instead, seek to understand of the things that happened in your pass and learn ways to forgive and move on from the painful memories or unpleasantries.
The difference between a survivor and a victim is how the situations are handled. (If you disagree, share your thoughts in the comment box).
A Survivor is a person who copes well with difficulties in their life.
A Victim is a person who has come to feel hopeless and passive in the face of misfortune or ill treatment.
To decide how you will be in the future, you must be mindful of the things in your pass that would determine your behavior as a Survivor or Victim.
If you can look at your future and accept the things of your pass, you are ready to make important decisions in life to secure happiness, joy, comfort, and balance. You’re on your way to a healthier lifestyle.
Throughout the years I’ve met some awesome people, particularly through my job. One of my patients today asked me, “what do you want in life?”
I was speechless for a few seconds. I certainly was not expecting such a question in the middle of one of the busiest days I’ve had this week.
After a few seconds on pondering the question, I answered with a question. “In what way do you want me to answer that?”
We both laughed.
Then I replied will full honesty.
I got home, relaxed and it came to me. . . I want happiness. . . But at which point will I say that I’ve reached optimum happiness. Now that I’ve had time to reflect on the question, that was definitely just half of the answer. Happiness can include several different factors throughout the different stages of life that contribute to our happiness as beings. We will have moments of ups and downs but always looking to be happy.
What will make me feel complete? Is how I should have thought about the question. I have two days to think of this new question and when I get back to work, I will share my new answer with my patient .
Have you ever been asked such questions? What would make you complete? When does someone really reach Happiness? What are the terms in which live life now? What plans do you have for your future?
It is to fully open your heart and accept the challenges you have faced and be grateful of the outcome. Through every trials there is a lesson to grasp. Normally around Thanksgiving we share the people in our lives we are grateful for. This year I challenge you to think of which situation you’ve experience this year that you are most grateful for.
I’m most grateful for the people that has walked out of my life, actually. I learned a great deal from them and they have help me to be strong on my own.
Through every situation we must seek to understand it’s underlying purpose. I suggest that you, dear reader, do not dwell on the past and live with regrets but indulge in the spirit of forgiveness and keep moving forward.
Did you know: Alzheimer’s affects 10 percent of the men and women over 65. Two out of five people in their 90s suffer from Alzheimer’s.