Do you look at the glass half full or half empty?
In other words, are you an optimist or a pessimist?
Let me put this another way – are you living in fear right now (because of the Coronavirus or other stuff) or looking at the good that comes out of unexpected problems?
In Texas we say “Never punch a skunk.” Don’t go looking for trouble if you can avoid it.
Don’t go looking for problems – instead, make lemonade out of lemons.
I’m not saying run from reality and plop your head in the sand. I’m saying that unexpected problems create unexpected solutions.
Let’s look at the positive, unleash solutions, and be grateful for the good things in challenging times.
Believe me – it’s healthier.
You’ll read in my book, Sweet Poison, that I practice what I preach.
I made lemonade out of lemons when I discovered that aspartame caused me to have an incorrect diagnosis of Grave’s disease.
My glass was half full when I cured myself.
Absorb some of the optimism that I share in my book. What I went through has helped others – how awesome is that!?!
YOU can do it, too. Especially in a time of immense challenges.
Don’t let the current Coronavirus/COVID 19 crisis steer you into fear, negativity, or pessimism.
- Learn how to make your life better, cleaner, safer, and healthier.
- Teach yourself about things you didn’t know; like how your diet and environment affect your health.
- Reevaluate your home environment – interact with your spouse and children more – when was the last time you played cards or a board game together?
- Sleep more.
- Fix more homemade meals.
- Clean your home more often.
- Get to know your neighbors.
Give Unto Others Instead of Taking For Yourself
I was at my local grocery store the other day, and like everyone else, and was stocking up on First Aid stuff, bathroom tissue and paper towels, cleaning supplies, and food.
Since I live on a wildlife preserve, I needed to buy more of these items for the organization than just enough for little ole’ me – so I looked like a hoarder (LOL).
Shoppers were allotted 4 packages of toilet paper, but only 3 were remaining on the shelf. Well, I grabbed all 3.
A man rolled his cart beside me and sarcastically said “Thanks a lot.”
I turned to him, handed him a package of toilet paper, and said “Oh, here ya’ go … take one. I’m really not a hoarder. I am the Curator of a wildlife preserve, and I’m making sure our employees have what they need.”
He happily took the toilet paper, and we stood in the aisle and chatted for a bit.
He was a nice person, and I turned his negativity into positivity.
What would YOU have done? Be honest. Would you have taken all 3 package of toilet paper and walked away, or would you have shared with another person?-
Do unto others as you would have done to yourself.
So, considering your health and wellness (and your state of mind), STAY POSITIVE, keep giving, and keep sharing the good.
It’s healthier for you.
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