Things We Can Live Without
Really like the post the post below from O Magazine. It’s simple and direct. It encourages us to own up our opinion. It doesn’t mean we are right, it just means it is our opinion. And no need to be humble about it.
The post addresses the difference between being single and being alone. We can be single and not alone. And we can be in a relationship and alone. Loneliness comes from a disconnect with our own selves.
It also reminds us not to be vulnerable or open to negative people. Spend fifteen minutes with someone who is negative, and the sunshine you had seen before will change into a cloudy day.
Indulge in the little things that bring you pleasure. Life is to be lived today and creating pleasurable moments makes our spirits soar. Sometimes when I need a little pampering, I make myself a great meal accompanied by a nice bottle of wine. Or I schedule a facial or a massage. How can you pamper yourself?
Why not write your own six things you can live without? Once you have your own specific list remind yourself of it as often as you can.
Author and political commentator Donna Brazile reveals six things she never wants to think about again—and you don’t need them either.
The words “in my humble opinion.” It is never humble and it is never delivered as opinion.
Energy sucks (a.k.a Negative Nancies, Debbie Downers, and Sad Sids). These are the people who find the cloud around every silver lining. If you can’t cut them out of your life entirely, turn your interactions with them into a game. When my neighbor says, “I hate this horrible weather!” I say, “Isn’t horrible weather great? It means I don’t have to wash my car!” Continued…