I’ve relearned that:
I can’t control anyone or anything except my own actions.
Perspective is the key to a sound mind. There’s a positive way to look at nearly anything. You have to allow yourself to see it from that vantage point.
No matter what life brings, God sends the help you need.
I will always be a busy body. It’s in my DNA.
You have to listen to your body. Even if you have to pull an all-nighter, you need to cancel whatever you had planned the next day. If your body is tired, let it rest.
The reason for the Sabbath is because God doesn’t want us running ourselves ragged. Productivity depends on balance.
Sour patch kids are still some of the best candy ever put on the shelf.
You can plan all that you wanna, but you have to be flexible because back to my first point, you can’t control anyone or anything but your own actions.
But planning is still important. You need to dream then wake up and starting putting feet those ideas. Nothing is impossible unless you don’t believe you can do it. And once you believe, then you need to put one foot in front of the other.
It’s a great thing to give to others, but you have to remember to refuel on a regular basis. Taking care of self is not selfish–you can’t give someone a ride if your car has no gas.
I learned a lot more, but those are the ones that were on the tips of my fingers to share. Thanks for visiting my lil space on the net and always coming back for me. The road to 30 was bumpy yet exciting, and I’m so looking forward to forging my way through my 30s. Happy birthday to me!!
And Happy Thanksgiving to you!