- Wake up early
- Go to work
- Cook/food shopping/chores
- Call your mother
- All your daily responsibilities
- Go to the gym, or work out
- Eat dinner with your family
It comes with changing one word.
Instead of “having to” or “needing to” do all the activities in your life:
“I GET to go to work……. “
The words we use to describe our lives reflect our actual true inner feelings. Sometimes those words become habitual and form an actual connection that I describe as a “rut” that is hard to break out of, and change. Those negative thought patterns can affect not only your attitude, but your health as well.
Stop believing you are a victim, constrained to a certain life. Empower yourself with realizing you are fortunate and grateful for your life and the things you get to do. It could be a LOT worse! (consider the alternatives!)
“Get” thankful and watch your life- your mood and your health improve.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!