Good morning !!
I saw this billboard on Caitlin’s site last night:
There are six inspirational/motivating quotes on this board that I think ring so true to everyone and it’s something that I want to try to incorporate in my daily routine, or make a part of my daily mantra [if you will].
Friends are more important than $$ – well DUH! but I want to keep this at the forefront of a lot of the decisions that I make in the future.
Stress is related to 99% of all illness – I had/have no idea if this is true or not, but it’s a good rule to live by. I do know that stress has a visibly negative effect on my body, personally. When I was a Senior in high school I started having migraines so badly that I would get sick and need to go home from school. They stopped when I received my first college acceptance letter. Coincidence? I think not!
Dance, Sing, Floss, and Travel – Well hip hop classes and singing in the shower are a part of my weekly routine anyways so check 😉 but seriously I think I probably need to floss better haha. Travelling, well ironically that comes with the job title but I need to travel for pleasure this year. A few trips planned already: St Johns (oh yea!!)
Snow Tubing in CT
Miami (still in the works)
Looks like I’m doing good so far!
Sweat once a day – I realized that my mood has become directly related to whether or not I get some sort of physical activity each day. Does this happen to you?? I’m going to try to keep fitting in some sort of workout/movement each day to keep me sane and healthy – any suggestions of fun activities are greatly appreciated!
Do something once a day that scares you – I think this is the best one on the board, as well as the hardest. Living life on the edge, or at least taking chances, keeps me motivated, energized, and appreciative of the things that come easy. In the future, I’m going to try to look back on each day and be able to pick out at least one moment where I did something exciting that I’m happy about or proud of. Any takers on joining me? 🙂 I think this is going to be hard, because let’s face it a cubicle doesn’t exactly open doors to wild and crazy adventures. However, I think that it will be that much more rewarding if I manage to accomplish this (at least a few times a week).
How do you feel about these messages?