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Monday, December 26, 2011

Make Your Day Brighter!!!




" Begin It Right, Live It Right, Think It Right And End It Right - and you can have A GOOD DAY every day "

You just need a commitment to open your mind to a new way of thinking. When you do, your whole life has the potential to change.


How to have a good day?

:-D Start each day with a creative state of mind.
Spend the first few minutes of your new day thinking of the things that bring you the most happiness and comfort. Spend a couple of brief moments thinking about the most exciting thing that happened to you yesterday. Savor this experience and allow the feelings to spill over into the new day.

:-D Begin conditioning your mind for a good day every day.
"A man is what he thinks about all day long" ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Start your day with positive thoughts.

:-D Understand every day is a gift.
Make it a goal, a priority, to appreciate each and every day.

:-D Keep your emotions under control.
The controlled person is a powerful person.

:-D Do one thing every day to feel healthier.
There is a mind-body connection. You will have a good day when you feel well mentally or physically.

:-D Give more than you take.
Think of your life as a bank saving account. Your job is to make meaningful deposits of love, grace and kindness every day. Your focus should not be in how much interest you are earning, but rather how many deposits you are making. There will be come a day, however, when you will need to make a withdrawal. By giving more than you take, you will have all the resources necessary to receive what you need, when you need it the most.

:-D Finish the day strong.
At the end of each day, allow your mind to rest while your body rests and feel the day's tensions drift away. As you drift off to sleep, count your blessings and name them, one by one. Acknowledge them and give them life. When you do, these same blessings will be waiting for you tomorrow ready to help you get the most out of the new day.

" HAVE A GOOD DAY!!! "


@lynjyctrz


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