guidepost for my personal journey challenge
Saturday, October 15, 2016
1. It’s okay to struggle, it’s okay to wear (and own) your imperfections, and to fall flat on your face – as long as you
keep reaching out for support and maintaining the courage to put one foot in front of the other. Who can you reach
out to for support? Are they positive? my sissy first she is one of my biggest cheerleaders then it is my groovies team, then spark friend and other team/friends.
4. Mistakes are powerful gifts. Don’t leave the lessons within them concealed – gently unwrap a mistake to gain
the wisdom within its rough exterior. What mistakes have you made and what did you learn from them and how
can you keep them from happening again?wow since I have had to put my cardio exercise on hold my hubbie is trying to love me to death...with food and not with the good kind either. Like some can think if you are hurt ....feed them.
. DID he push the unplanned unhealthy food or snack down my throat? NOPE I could have said no or I'll have it another time. that way his feelings are spared with the last response. yes people get all bent out of shape and feel rejected when you do not eat the offered food. But a saving grace no thanks would have not have killed him...I can not have unhealthy snacks for me they are addictive meaning I can not stop at one. I know my limitations.
14. Remember to breathe. Embrace your situation this very moment. Breathe deep and exhale with gratitude. it is so easy for me to get ahead of myself. I do not like surprises...just a quirk I have. This could go for disappointment or anxieties..breath easy. the only way is up.
you got this. reminder to self.
17. Gratitude is the greatest gift you can give to another human being. Appreciate those around you. If necessary, eliminate and/or avoid the naysayers…they will always be there, instead focus your gratitude on those who support. I try and stay away from negative people. They can drag you down. A merry heart does good like medicine. I am grateful with each day I see.