Dancing my way through the summer, basking in the sun that filters through the glass panes of the tall windows in my room with my son Neal and diving in the delicious cheesecake made by me after getting inspired by my favorite YouTuber Bayoona, I am cruising through life during the Corona lockdown n.0, and I am glad to just be. Be put at home, be more with my family, be there when they need me, be there when I need myself, be on this little screen typing in my feelings, or connecting with all the people out there in the world who need a little counseling and coaching to expel life’s roughage. Everyday learning and sharing and implementing to overcome the ineptitude. Yes and also finding those precious moments of just breathing and being.
I always believe in doing away with the past after I have squeezed out the lessons from all the challenges. I believe in moving on and making today better than yesterday. In the journey of life, I’ve realized 3 most important things that support in making each new day a better one.
3 Things To Live Better Than Yesterday!
- Forgive yourself and others for not fitting in, for not achieving, for not fulfilling expectations, for being mean, for not being sold on what you believed in, for all the failures and setbacks. Let’s start fresh and let go of blames, claims, and conditions.
- Be thankful for all that worked for you and all that didn’t because it left a good lesson to improve the days to come, making you wiser and more prepared. I love the song, 3 things, by Jason Mraz. Start your day on such feel-good-notes, full of hope and life. The words of the song play in my mind and I smile.
- Believe in yourself, in grace and in life. Don’t begin with doubts, know that everything in the matrix of your life is for a reason and once the purpose is resolved, it will pass. So make it simple, just keep the faith alive no matter what.
Practice the pause. When in doubt, pause. When angry, pause. When tired, pause. When stressed, pause. And whenever you pause, pray!~Unknown
*Originally Posted in 123Greetings By Shreeja Jhawar as Editor Bob.