We have all been planted. Some can bloom in their present situation. Some need to be uprooted and transported to an environment conducive to growth. Regardless of your situation, you owe it to yourself to blossom.
Sometimes change needs to happen. If your present situation is not to your liking, by all means, do something to improve it. Things could always be worse, but they could also be better. There is always a bright side. Don’t be afraid of the light. The grass is not always greener on the other side, but if there is no sunlight on your side of the fence, nothing will grow. Make a move! Go out and find the sunlight to fuel your growth.
There have been many changes in my life recently and surely and hopefully there will be more. As I continue on my journey, I look for new and exciting ways to reset when I get stuck in a rut. One rut I was stuck in was beginning to show up in every area of my life. I was not eating the way I should.
Since returning to the workforce a little over 2 years ago. I slowly began trading my healthy clean food for quick and easy solutions. A few pounds started to find there way back to the places I had worked so hard to keep them away from. My skin started to break out again, I was tired and irritable, and I was catching colds. It was clear that I needed to reboot!
A couple of days ago I purchased another juicer. I gave my old juicer to my brother. I remember when I got my first juicer and made my own juice everyday with fresh fruits and vegetables. I felt great and I didn’t have those annoying cravings for junk. Now I am back on track and my son has jumped on the bandwagon with me. I have so much energy and I am getting back in the groove.
I have also made meal plans for the week and beyond. What a difference!
Now that I have so much more energy and a renewed spirit, I will also be writing more blog posts (another thing I had quit doing in my slump). I have so many wonderful experiences to share.
I would like all of us to find little ways to reboot. We should search for those things that make us happy and do what it takes to add them in our lives. Sometimes you need to reboot or build a tribe to help you along the way. Whatever the case my be, renew and refresh!
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Today’s Writing Prompt: What if…?
Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you got the man/woman of your dreams, won the lottery, been born with a special talent? For today’s writing prompt write about what that would be like. If you would like a little more of a challenge, write about how having the thing you’ve always wanted made your life worse.