7 Promises You Should Make Yourself (and Keep)
Time to embrace the moment as they often pass quickly. Time to appreciate my life and circumstance. Time to appreciate me living. I want to be grateful for shared joy and shared suffering. I want to be grateful for the people who supported me and accompanied me.
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People who listened to me and taught me. Taught me with their actions as well as with their thoughts,. I promise myself to take chances without hesitation or fear. Without fear what might be.
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I want to be grateful even for the chance of being able to try. I promise myself to rise every day and try to make the most of it. I want to be grateful for every new day as it is a new beginning. It is a new beginning if we let it be. Because in the end we are all what we decide to be.
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Find the 28 most powerful gratitude practices in The Magic! The simple secret to having more money is believing you are already wealthy! Have a Story to Share? I was a big proponent of the pinky promise as a kid. My word was my bond. Somewhere along the line the severity of breaking a promise tempered a bit for me.
I became someone my elementary school self would be disappointed in. I became a promise breaker. Oh no.
I will over-promise and over-deliver time and time again. For other people. I disappoint myself so often that I hardly notice anymore. The idea felt scandalous. What would my life look like if I stopped breaking promises to myself and started keeping my word instead? I find it is not the blatant promise breaking that kills me.
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And when I do it once, the next one is even easier. Instead of saying yeses to myself, setting unrealistic and lofting aspirations, I want to set attainable goals.
Instead of committing to all the things, I want to commit to doing only the best things. I started small tonight. This morning I told my husband that I had plans to achieve two things: run and write. A sink full of dishes.
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A phone call I forgot about. Dinner prep. Leaving work late. But instead of throwing my hands up in frustration and giving in one broken promise at a time.