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You know the feeling, you’re at a party, forced to talk to that woman you don’t like and every time she says you look great in that particular shade of vermillion all you really hear is “You look like you’ve gained weight. And your husband’s a total tool.”

This is the thing: I know I get negative far too often. I’m the type of person that spills the dog food and feels compelled to smack things around on the counter until my husband asks if I’m practicing for some sort of percussion recital. I make my grief known and if I could clamber up the side of my house without killing myself, I’d probably shout it from the rooftop. This is not a side of myself I particularly like.

I’ve decided that this year is my year of change. I’ve been given far too much not to take stock of my life and keep track of my blessings. And I have to say, this week has given me a gigantic kick in the pants to get this party started.

You know the feeling, you’re at a party, forced to talk to that woman you don’t like and every time she says you look great in that particular shade of vermillion all you really hear is “You look like you’ve gained weight. And your husband’s a total tool.”

This is the thing: I know I get negative far too often. I’m the type of person that spills the dog food and feels compelled to smack things around on the counter until my husband asks if I’m practicing for some sort of percussion recital. I make my grief known and if I could clamber up the side of my house without killing myself, I’d probably shout it from the rooftop. This is not a side of myself I particularly like.

I’ve decided that this year is my year of change. I’ve been given far too much not to take stock of my life and keep track of my blessings. And I have to say, this week has given me a gigantic kick in the pants to get this party started.

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You know the feeling, you’re at a party, forced to talk to that woman you don’t like and every time she says you look great in that particular shade of vermillion all you really hear is “You look like you’ve gained weight. And your husband’s a total tool.”

This is the thing: I know I get negative far too often. I’m the type of person that spills the dog food and feels compelled to smack things around on the counter until my husband asks if I’m practicing for some sort of percussion recital. I make my grief known and if I could clamber up the side of my house without killing myself, I’d probably shout it from the rooftop. This is not a side of myself I particularly like.

I’ve decided that this year is my year of change. I’ve been given far too much not to take stock of my life and keep track of my blessings. And I have to say, this week has given me a gigantic kick in the pants to get this party started.

All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.

“In life, never spend more than 10 percent of your time on the problem, and spend at least 90 percent of your time on the solution. Most important, don’t sweat the small stuff… and remember, it’s all small stuff!” ~ Anthony Robbins, Awaken the Giant Within

This is a Buddhist teaching that I learned over twenty years ago.  It has provided me, again and again, with greatly needed perspective to guide me toward my goal of a more accepting self.

The essence of this teaching is that all of life is in a constant state of change.  Everything has a beginning and everything has an end.  Every tree begins with a seed and will eventually transform back into earth.  Every rock is formed and every rock will vanish.  In our modern world, this means that every car, every machine, every piece of clothing is created and all will wear out and crumble; it’s only a matter of when.  Our bodies are born and they will die.  A glass is created and will eventually break.



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