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Exciting new year ahead

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

This year has been full of so much work and commitment. Extreme lows and fabulous highs. I plan to pretty much have the same type of year in 2015. Hopefully without so many extreme lows. I am pulling myself up from those and putting my chin up and trekking on to see what my adventure is for 2015.

I don't know if I believe in resolutions. But I do believe in examining my life and tweaking what I could be doing better. I think I out did anything I had set for myself this year. I feel pretty good about how I have handled this year.

Some things you wouldn't think would help with a healthier life...
Keep learning how to stay calm. Pick my battles. Realize if it does not effect the safety and health of me or loved ones it probably isn't worth dwelling on. Find an outlet to help my mind. Taking that skill and turning it into something to help my health. In other words one example is to read. Whether it is reading articles on medical or health, a recipe that is good for me, something uplifting and inspiring, or a book or magazine on get away trips that will keep me active....read more! And most important...keep enjoying life and those that are in mine and enter mine. Give time to those who show they want to be part of my life and help those that are having troubles with their life.

I will keep eating smaller amounts and better for me food. I will keep active each day. I will love my life and be vigilant to make it a longer happier life. My reward? Happier life, healthier life, longer life, stronger life....key word: LIFE to live. Choose it to be a privilege.

I am excited to see all I will do this new year. The possibilities are endless! I am going to keep going!

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  • MRSCAMACHO
    Your positive energy is so contagious! I love it!
    2293 days ago
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