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Less is More




I love this list.  It's simple, direct, and inspiring and that's some of my very favorite qualities in a person or thing.

I'm better at some and have a conscious room for improvement for others.  I'm pleased with my sense of gratitude often. Even on the difficult days I tend to remember how blessed I am, am thankful to have the ability to work hard, and often say little prayers of thanks throughout the day.

Good on doing and tea and being active.

Always working on listening more, talking less, but I'm a talker!  I don't believe it's a bad thing as long as others know I don't just hear them, but I am listening to their words when I'm not yammering on. #balance

-salads/water-good

-understanding-good yet aware and evolving always

-trust, smiling, love-happy to share with myself and others

Worrying and doubting are my trouble areas usually.  I worry far too often and too much about things out of my control, which is the issue in and of itself.  Worry feeds doubt like a famished T-Rex and it's a rather vicious cycle if you let it.  Ick.  Just ick.

This list is a fabulous way to check in with yourself from time to time.  In summation: love, believe, do, repeat.

Let's meet again,
M

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