More or less? Sometimes it is hard to keep straight what’s important and what isn’t with all of what life throws at us. Especially during the holiday season when our time is demanded by so many places and so many things. Missy lays down her law of what we could use more or less of in the coming months. What do you think? What will you be having more and less of? Whatever your fancy, may you enjoy it to the fullest and have a happy holiday doing what you love.
Category: Missy’s Musings
Have you ever connected with someone inspiring and as a result met another incredible individual? And upon talking to them you find yourself introduced to more and more wonderful people? It’s amazing how strong, motivated and empowered people are all connected and once you find yourself in that path, doors open wide. That’s what happened with us today and as a result we came across this article from Marc and Angel Hack Life, that really hit home and we hope it will do the same for you. We’re not big on lists around here, but these 10 things are truly worth investing some time in. Thank you Joyce for being that inspiring someone!
What you do every day is already important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. But today, I dare you to take it up a notch, pump some extra life into every hour, and really make your time count.
Today, I dare you to…
- Make someone else smile. – Ordinary people worry today and postpone their happiness for tomorrow. Intelligent people are happy today and postpone their worries for tomorrow. Wise people only wish happiness for all, today and tomorrow. If you wish to have a lifetime of happiness, dedicate time every day to helping others smile with complete sincerity and enthusiasm.
- Be imperfect. – Something that is really difficult, but totally worth it, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the journey of becoming your true self. The most beautiful part of this journey is simply returning to the peaceful feeling of being. This peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be. (more…)
Say YES | NO:
to a workout with friends | to another session on the ellipitcal
to quantity time | to quality time
to fried chicken | to beets
to the Sunday New York Times | to daily “news”
to community | to Facebook
to summer boredom | to summer fully-booked
to Kindle app | to books
to mountain biking | to stretching
What do you say YES or NO to?
Share it with me.
– Missy Park –