I'd like to share with you a variety of positive things on this blog post today.
According to the Mayo Clinic, people who engage in positive thinking tend to be healthier. They suggest that during the day, you:
-Change your thoughts from negative to positive.
-Smile and laugh. Develop a sense of humor.
-Follow a healthy lifestyle.
-Surround yourself with positive, supportive people.
-Say good, encouraging things about yourself. (Like-"I am a likable person." )
One example of changing from negative to positive self-talk:
Change "I can't do this." to "I will do my best to accomplish this."
Becoming positive is a gradual process. Just try going in a more positive direction, and you might find yourself being a lot more positive before you know it!
"We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses."
Judy Samples and Millie Crum volunteers at the June Tolliver House in Big Stone Gap, Virginia wanted me to announce that they are having a fundraiser for the Tolliver House. The event is Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 1:00 PM. You pay just $15.00 and get to make several projects for fall, Christmas, and a gift card envelope. To reserve a space for a fun time making crafts, call 276-523-4704 or 276-393-7674 for more info. (P.S. You don't need any special skills or equipment to do this.)
What a great opportunity to enjoy yourself and to help the June Tolliver House at the same time!
This past weekend, we had a tasty meal at my brother and sister-in-law's house (everyone brought something for the meal), and celebrated three birthdays at the same time!
Happy birthday to Julie, Nick, and Greg whose birthdays are all within three weeks of each other.
Check this out: Yesterday, I put another blog post on my "Spirit Photographs" blog (www.spiritphotographs.blogspot.com). It's entitled "Our Paranormal Adventure in a Park-Part Two."
Please click on the link below to see our iStock photos. (We're putting on more every week.)
Positive Thoughts: -"...spread positivity!" -"Be helpful. When you see someone without a smile, give them yours." -Zig Ziglar (Both quotes from "Woman's World")