You know the one… I’ll refer to it as a “flop” day.
Today I’ve had one of those “flop” days. It’s not that nothing at all went “right” or there was nothing good that happened, but perhaps there was some significant moments of discouragement, disappointment, goals weren’t met, you got sick, maybe even people got let down by you.
I’m here to remind you, it’s all going to be OK.
Sometimes days are gonna flop and other days are gonna flip. You cannot always control this inevitability. Take courage and try again. Try again until there are more flips to positivity than there are flops to negativity. Just because you tripped over in the sand today doesn’t mean the journey to the beach is over. Stand up, dust off and move on. You’ve still got an ocean of opportunities awaiting to be swam in.
If you can think of somebody who needs to hear this, consider sharing this to their inbox or post to their page. It might just be the timely thing to do.
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“I just haven’t had much to say. I’ve had a lot to think about that I want to talk about, but I can’t seem to want to write.” These are approximately the words that I shared with my wife a number of weeks ago when I realized I hadn’t blogged in some time, and it bugged me.
The first year you are married can be a strange thing. New changes to not only your own life but for that of your loved one getting used to you being around everyday. Last month we celebrated our first year together and I wrote her a short poem to share with her, and so I thought I could share it with you.