When You Hit A Low In #Life, Know There Is Only One Way To Go… And That’s UP! #Living

What can I say about lows… 🤔

Those lows can be sneaky little devils… might not even know you’re going through it, until you discover you don’t like your own behavior.

Yikes!

Luckily, it’s an easy fix.

Ok, it’s not easy. It’s a real pain in the a**!

1. Let yourself be sad. You’re allowed to be sad. Sadness is a wonderful emotion that helps guide us through change.

2. Take responsibility for your part. We make mistakes. We are imperfect, but we learn and we improve.

Forgive yourself while you’re at it.

3. Get back on track with you. Reconnect with your core morals and values.

4. Next, you might need to set some boundaries so you can stay true to your morals and values.

5. You’ve given yourself the needed time.. Now, get up and move that body. Do some things that make you happy.

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Gracefully Accept When Things Don’t Go Your Way #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

This Week’s Challenge:

Gracefully accept when things don’t go your way. #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

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Tomorrow night, 50% of us will be disappointed.

But let’s keep in mind how lucky we are to live in this great country.

We can disagree, but we are all still Americans, and we all have the right to our opinions and beliefs.

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I may disagree with half the population, but I know we are all equally blessed and free.

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Know What Was Your Fault And Take Responsibility — Know What Wasn’t Your Fault And Blame The Hell Out Of Somebody Else! (Just Kidding) Try Forgiveness And If Necessary, Distance #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

Know what was your fault and take responsibility — Know what wasn’t your fault and blame the hell out of somebody else! (Just kidding) Try forgiveness and if necessary, distance #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

Spend Time With Your Family, Get Back To Your Roots #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

This Week’s Challenge:

Spend time with your family, get back to your roots. #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation

Last week, I went back home.

It had been too long.

While driving the rental car from one relative’s house to the next, I kept the radio off.

The silence was enlightening.

Spending time with my family was enlightening.

I started to feel grounded and loved.

I started to feel the real me coming back into myself.

I started to gain strength.

My family, though, not always close, is how and where I started.

They’ve known me the longest.

They’ve always been there… and that stability is something I’m longing for…