Don’t concern yourself with being someone else’s best, but more so on being your best. We travel through life with the opinion of others on our shoulders and it sometimes derails us from our designated path. Choose today to forgo the desires of others for your life and walk the path that was created for you.
Written by: Davina S.
Moving in the right direction doesn’t guarantee that the travel will be easy. But majority of the time, the hard work and toil pays off. So if you find yourself heading down a path that you know you’re destined to travel, keep moving forward. Your destiny awaits.
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Value your peace of mind. We often push ourselves to the max without taking the proper time necessary to recoup and regenerate. If you’re dealing with a situation like a family illness, make sure to do a self check and pour back into yourself. Schedule some time to just relax. Your mind is precious and so is your peace.
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In order to see your goals come into fruition, there has to be a starting point. You can achieve some awesome things with effort and hard work. Don’t give up on yourself. If you have a goal, obtain it. Reach.
Create a space for growth. Sometimes that entails removing some things and people from your life. What I’ve learned in my very short journey of planting is that when a plant grows beyond the vessel it’s being housed in, it begins to die if it isn’t moved to a larger one. Take some time today and see if you’re growing beyond where you currently are. Self reflection.
You can’t do everything at once and there is a pleasure that accompanies completing task one by one. As you begin to check things off your list, you get a chance to sit back and enjoy the fruit of your labor. So enjoy the moments of ‘I’ve finished’.
Traveling to places that we’ve never been before can be exhilarating and so can it be for places that we already have.
An inexpensive trip can be just the thing when it’s time to take a quick break. The benefit of this is knowing what to expect
and avoiding all of the hustle and bustle that accompanies planning to go to a place that you’ve never been before. You also know the exact cost.
Usually when traveling you have to research restaurants and hotel prices but when revisiting a place, you already know in what season and where the best
So the next time you’re looking for a quick exhale, remember that place you once enjoyed so much and treat yourself.
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One step in the right direction is better than not making a step at all. We often neglect giving ourselves the proper acknowledgement for our achievements. So whether it was one step or ten, you made progress. Don't be afraid of patting yourself on the back too soon. Your self affirmation may be the thing that pushes you to the finish line.
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It's never a bad idea to just check and see what's plugged into you. Like in the natural, an electrical outlet can only handle so much being taken from it before a fuse is blown. As life sometimes gets busy, we tend to experience feelings of exhaustion. That's often a good indication of an overworked socket.
When more things and people become connected to you and there's a deficit in regards to what you're putting out and getting back, some things have to be removed or set aside until you have an adequate source of energy to supply.
Do a self check as you approach the weekend and see where some changes need to be made. Unwind, rest, and reset.
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We all have something that we can attribute to someone else helping us to attain. So why not give someone else that same gift? There's a Bible verse found in Matthew 10:8 that says, "Freely you received, freely you give." May we never forget this. We all have a diverse set of skills and talents and although it's a great thing to be able to monetize them, it shouldn't bar us from the occasional act of charity.
So set aside some time and reflect on who may be in need of your help. In this day and time, you won't have to think for too long. Enjoy your day and thanks for reading!
Written By: Davina Sims