Change is a difficult thing as anyone that has set a New Year’s Resolution can attest to. We plan, we set our best intentions and then fall flat on our face. I have heard that you can’t stop an old habit without starting a new one. As I said in yesterday’s post, I have spent way too much time watching television and definitely would call it a habit that I’d like to let go of. Drawing/doodling is one of the things that I have decided to replace it with, and music. Listening to music in the background when I’m doing other things is healthier than sitting in front of a television for hours and hours.
Day Two of #365Prompts:
What old habits are you trying to let go of and have you thought about what new, positive, habit you will replace it with?
Word Prompt: Change
My journal entry:
Some days it is hard to write and the words are like pulling teeth – difficult, stubborn and down right painful. I have promised myself though that I will come to the page every single day regardless of the content that I write, just to get back into the habit of writing again.
Today I am thinking about how difficult changes are and what I can do to keep myself on track. What types of rewards could I offer myself besides a job well done? Sweets are out of the question as I weigh more now than I ever have in my life. Not that I am bashing my body, it is more like I am a little worried with my age and out of shape body that is going to set me up to become ill. Health isn’t something I literally set an intention for this year, but, it is definitely something that I need to work toward. This year most of my goals are geared toward business and relationships.
I am reminding myself to smile and know that everything is going to be alright, that everything actually is alright. Filling my heart with love and I hope you have a wonderful rest of the day.
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Morgan Dragonwillow: Writing rebel, stress relief explorer, recovering perfectionist, cooking as therapy, poet & author that (mostly) doesn’t let her fears get in the way of her passion for writing and creating. She is team leader at @StoryDam, creatrix of #OctPoWriMo. She lives in Marietta, Ga. with her loving and patient partner, their dog that thinks she’s a princess, and the cat that reminds her that she isn’t.Find her on Google+
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