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Goals for May

Sunday, April 22, 2018

I have been working on giving myself more compassion on myself, I give and give to others but neglected to be good to myself, I am very hard on myself and sometimes I am not very nice to myself.

My goals for May are , I am going to take time to relax and get out more, I have forgotten the meaning of having fun and letting circumstances rule my life. My counselor says it takes baby steps to get me back into life again.

My life has been home and work and back home, once I get home I do not want to leave the house, Counselor says that is my interoverted way of "re charging"

Yesterday me and husband were out for four hours enjoying the sunshine, and I am starting my May goal now, we went walking the mall and I bought some new make up for myself, trust me to get me to spend money on myself very hard task but I did it.

So Mays goal, do things that give me joy. What gives me joy? My job, my schooling, but my family is the center of my heart. I get to see my brother next week whom I havent seen in three years, that gives me joy. But if there are times I want to stay home on the weekends or after work, it is okay it is just me re charging!!
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    Love these goals. And the insight that you are recharging. We all need that. I learned recently, and it has helped me to talk to myself more positive - "I accept where I am, here and now." It is from a meditation series I did recently. It has helped me to get through negative self talk and move closer into JOY!

    705 days ago
    You can do both! You should get out sometimes and recharge at home sometimes.
    707 days ago
    This is so true for a lot of us to forget about seeking joy in our lives and to take care of ourselves. Thanks for the reminder!
    707 days ago
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