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Learning to LIVE Each Day.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

"May you live every day of your life." - Jonathan Swift

It seems like every day is the same. Get up, wash dishes, do laundry, get groceries, go to doctors' appointments, etc. It's all the same day. It's no wonder it's so hard to remember what day it is. They're all the same.

So, what do I do to make things different? How do I shake up my life?

In thinking about this quote, I feel like I've gotten so far away from actually living that I'm not sure I'll ever find my way back. I'm so tired of "same ol', same ol'."

Tomorrow is a new day and I'm going to find a way to make it a NEW day!

That's a promise to myself!
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  • PRINCESSBEITER
    Blue, I haven't really done a lot to change my life, except clean house and get rid of things that don't mean anything to anyone, anymore. My life got changed for me with the death of my grandmother, so I'm not sure that really counts.

    But, every day IS a new day and with every day new challenges come.
    1761 days ago
  • WVAWACKADOO
    Volunteer...at a hospital or a nursing home. Find a little ole lady in the neighborhood that is dying from loneliness & would be thrilled to have you visit. Offer to sit for free for a young new Mom that just wants to take a shower or run to the store/Rx. I always feel better when I take a minute to help someone out...
    1793 days ago
  • WORKINGSTIFF
    Every new day brings another possibility, no matter how large or small.

    Little changes can bring big pleasure. Do you ever go to your appointments using a different route? Try something new from the grocery store?

    You can do it!
    1821 days ago
  • BLUE42DOWN
    Wonderful!

    I look forward to hearing what you did or found to make it new and to really LIVE it.
    1822 days ago
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