The older you get in your life it’s possible to have a better recovery.
My point exactly is that engaging in goal-seeking behavior can make all the difference in the quality of your life.
God didn’t put me here on earth in this lifetime to judge anyone else. Yet it’s my philosophy that watching TV all day and isolating in your apartment can breed ill health.
The term “actively alone” I’ve coined to describe the benefit of doing positive healthy things–whether in your apartment cooking a meal or going to a coffeehouse to read a newspaper and drink a latte.
Sometimes all it takes is getting out of your house and your head to improve how you feel about yourself.
The further along you are in your recovery you can make new strides along the way. The goal is to not stop growing and improving. If you ask me staying in the same place mentally will lead to a stagnant life.
It’s January–which in my book is the perfect time to do early Spring Cleaning.
The first article I ever got published was in 1990 in the Women’s Forum of the Staten Island Advance newspaper. My article in appeared in January and was titled Time to Start Spring Cleaning.
Indeed–over and over through the years I’ve made the case in the blog for doing spring cleaning in January, in the actual spring,or at any time of the year.
Clearing the cobwebs out of your head as well as clearing items out of your closets is to me the perfect technique to segue into taking new risks.
Go at your own pace. Recovery is not a race nor is it a competition.
My friend and I count down the weeks to spring not the endless winter days. Right now there’s just over only nine weeks to spring.
Spring will be here in due season.