Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
1. The things you’re grateful to have
Think of the things you’re grateful for.
Food, shelter, family, friends, a car,
all the big and small things many aren’t fortunate to have.
2. The things you’re grateful NOT to have
Perhaps you’re grateful not to have a disease, enormous debts,
or perhaps you’re happy you don’t have a lot of money.
3. What you want to do today
Quick thoughts about the daily goals you want to accomplish
and the plans you’ll need to take to get them done.
4. What the future holds
Think about what tomorrow, the next month,
or even the next five years will bring you.
5. Think about one of your fears
We all have fears, some are big and some are small.
Focus your thoughts on one.
6. Think of a way to face that fear
Think of one way in which you can face your fear.
Even if it’s something small it’ll bring you one step closer to fear’s face.
7. One new thing you’d like to do
Think of something new you’d like to try. Do this every day you possibly can, you’ll never have too many goals and dreams.
8. The things you didn’t accomplish yesterday
Think about the things you wanted to get done yesterday, but didn’t. Then plan on getting them done today.
9. Your greatest qualities
Every day think about the things that make you a great person.
It’ll give you confidence and ambition to tackle anything.
10. What you don’t like about yourself
We each have something we don’t like about ourselves.
Perhaps you are too fearful, too quiet, or too arrogant.
11. How you can change what you don’t like about yourself
Think of some ways you can change.
Sometimes it doesn’t take as long as you might think.
12. How you can make someone else’s day a little brighter
Maybe buy a coworker just because.
Or even just complementing someone can make their day a little brighter.
13. Your life goals
You won’t be able to think of all of your goals in life because
you’ll always be adding more to your list.
However, think about your current biggest dreams and goals.
You can’t forget what you’re aiming for.
14. How yesterday’s problems are today’s motivation
Don’t let the problems of your past prevent you from moving forward.
Think of how you can use the problems to motivate yourself to change and resolve.
15. You only have one life
Think about this: you only have one shot at life.
So make the most out of every second you have.
Reminding yourself of this will help you seize each day.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
And November goes,
With the last red berries
And the first white snows.
With night coming early,
And dawn coming late,
And ice in the bucket
And frost by the gate.
The fires burn
And the kettles sing,
And earth sinks to rest