Keywords: New Chapters , Good Things Jar , Gratitude , Hope , New Year , New Yearʹs Resolutions , Optimism , Year In Review
In the past I’ve reported the contents of my Good Things Jar. The first time I wrote about it was January 2015. Any time there is something good, it gets written onto a scrap of paper and tossed into the jar. Back then, Tara was living with me and we both contributed. We had intended a tradition of reviewing the good things to start off our Januarys, but we skipped a couple years, then Tara moved away for college.https://crystaltrulove.com/2021/01/02/good-things
Keywords: belief maturity , easylife , happiness , happiness satisfaction , motivation , positivity , ray of hope , strong
This is how human brain functions! And that’s great thing to have because the urge to remove that confusion will let you be one step closer to enhance your knowledge, to see things more profoundly, to understand life and things related to life in a better way.https://mypositivevibes2.wordpress.com/2020/09/08/confused-about-confusion
Keywords: blogging , blogs , childhood , gratitude , life , love , memories , nostalgia , positivity , stranger , wordpress , wordpressblogger
this letter is for a number of unknown people, a letter of gratitude because I didn’t had the chance to say a big thank you to these people who probably has no idea about my existence nor do I know anything about them excepthttps://manishasky.wordpress.com/2020/08/10/thank-you-stranger
Keywords: brownsville , college , diversity , education , grades , mindfulness , nyc , philosophy , public school , travel , university
Being completely alone made me more mindful of how I was spending my time day to day, so I chose to explore my interests instead of ruminating over what my life should look like even a year from now. I found a healthy balance between living in the moment and planning. I chose to focus more on short-term plans rather than long-term. I continued to set goals, but let go of expectations and worry. I got comfortable with not knowing and changing direction. I decided that I want to be as present as possible because I love life too much to live in the past or the future. I just want to make sure I’m content in this moment. And I trust myself. I trust that I’ll figure it out as long as I’m learning about myself and choosing happiness everyday.https://gsmry.blog/2020/06/26/its-not-that-serious
Keywords: COVID-19, New Zealand, coronavirus, bubble, optimism
Given the unfortunate lack of rental optimists available to us at present (perhaps in a Level 3 scenario?), our bubble members are just going to have to harness whatever proportion of optimism we possess, brush up on our personal optimism skills, and call our optimists on a regular basis for a good dose of brightness.
Being vulnerable can make us terribly sad, but it can also open us up to the possibility of being terribly happy. Because once you know that we’re all a little bit imperfect, it’s easier to let yourself be imperfect, too.
People will judge you anyway. So, do whatever makes you happy. Live your life as it’s your last. Let disappointment be the wind that pushes you up.
Above all, disappointments are a temporary bump on the road. It will be difficult as you travel through life.
But, you will be fearless and brave at the end. Think of it as a challenge. You were given that disappointment because you can handle it.