Finding inner peace is not a bucket-list-type of goal….
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Good morning and happy Friday! Some days, well most days really, I need to use positive thinking to evoke happiness. I’m a big fan of Pinterest and often look at my Inspiration board to help get me through a tough time or just a lull in the day. Here are some of my recent favorite quotes:
My favorite quote is the last one by C.S. Lewis. We have the power to control how we view ourselves and the world. Our minds are a crazy, powerful tool that can create beauty in our lives just as quickly as it can tear us apart. Understanding our mental strength is key.
It’s a crazy ride being a 20-something! For a little fun and humor, check out the Thought Catalog’s 15 Guaranteed Things That Will Happen To You In Your 20s and 86 Things I learned in College.
I’m in a bit of a food coma this morning after a huge Easter/Passover dinner celebration last night.
I let myself sleep in instead of workout this morning and I feel so lethargic.
It’s funny how the less movement I get, the more tired I feel. Doesn’t it seem like it should be the other way around? Whatever works though- I certainly like to stay active! I’m looking forward to a relaxing and rejuvenating weekend at home with my family this weekend! Maybe my mom and I will take another Zumba class. 😀
Have a great weekend and a happy, chocolate-filled Easter and Passover!
Question of the weekend: How do you stay positive? Do you use Pinterest for motivation?