Keywords: accomplishments , acknowledge , goals , happiness , mindfulness , pride , progress , proud , self care , self criticism , self improvement , Self love , success
That doesn’t mean that I can’t be proud of where I am right now.
Keywords: My Portugal visits , brita , energy , Onestepatatime , singelwoman , zumba
so I took my car and drove off. Suddenly I passed a large shopping center, and decided to do a stop there. I want to buy a Brita (water filtration system) and both save nature and my arms carrying all those water bottles around! Once I entered the building I saw that they also had a car wash service. Perfect! My car really needs a clean after being on the road for so many miles. First available appointment was in Tuesday. Said and done!
Keywords: be extraordinary for teens , blog , development , gratitude , happiness , happy , journal , learning , life , mindvalley , reverse gap , self , soul
These were all personal areas for myself that I wanted to grow and I am so thankful that I have! When I think of looking at my ‘reverse gap,’ it is hard not to feel happy about what improvements have happened. I find I have no reason to get caught up feeling not good enough comparing to others when I just compare to my past self. Then think back 2 years, then 5 and 10. Some of these things happened that I hadn’t expected. A year ago, I didn’t know I was going to get the job I wanted. A year ago, if I thought about an exercise program, I wouldn’t have considered committing to more than 6 weeks of working out.
Keywords: allow, anxiety, aspirations, attachment, avoidance, discomfort, grasping, grateful, gratitude, happiness, let go, mindfulness, peace, practice, reaching, wanting
It dawned on me this morning that wanting is part of what it means to be alive. Even though we may reach our goals or obtain whatever it is we desire, that wanting is not going to go away. There will always be something else to fixate on. We are all going through life chasing a moving target. At first this can seem rather depressing. Will we never truly reach happiness then?