I am well underway with my commitment to creating more positivity. Thank you for joining me on this journey. I carried my journal everywhere I went today, so I could make an immediate written record of the things for which I am grateful. That left nothing up to speculation at the end of a long day.
Christie also reminded me that in addition to keeping a record of three new things for which I am grateful each day, and sharing one positive experience I’ve had in the last 24 hours, I also need to meditate, exercise, and commit a conscious act of kindness. My biggest challenge in that list is the meditation. What tips can someone share with me on how to more effectively meditate? My mind just wants to wander, and I have a hard time sitting still for too long, or I fall asleep (just being honest). I have only two switches: On and Off.
- Electronic flowers from my daughter
- Synergistic networking meeting with Leigh Anne
- Connecting with real people through Twitter
- Hot tea on a cold day
- Lunch with Karen
- Chocolate-covered strawberries (somehow this made the list twice!)
- Oxi Clean (that’s a whole other blog post)
- Valentine delivery with a hug from Clark
Life can be too busy a lot of the time. I suppose I am to blame for that, but when I focus on scaling back, sadly, there always seems to be something else filling the welcome void. Because of this, spending time with those whom I love sometimes feels like my last priority, when I want it to be my first. Just as I finished my great meeting with Leigh Anne, I received a text message from Karen to see if I wanted to meet for lunch. Of course!
Every single time I am with Karen, I come away feeling like the king of the world. During our lunchtime conversation this afternoon I remembered all over again how fortunate and blessed is my life for having Karen in it.
I love our friendship and the numerous ways it continues to enrich my whole world.If you like this post, you can subscribe to receive regular doses of encouragement and inspiration to help you on your way: