Colors: Cyan Color

Oish, here comes that routine again. The same ole same ole. Daily chores, responsibilities, and expectations. We humans have been dealing with this since the dawn of civilization. We have felt disgruntled, dissatisfied, and disappointed – convinced that life is somehow supposed to be better than it is right now. Believe it or not, the secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine.

Okay, truth time. Life can be complex, messy, and whole lot of hard work, especially this time of year. I know, you need a six-month vacation – twice a year. You know what they say: A vacation is what you take, when you can no longer take what you’ve been taking. Well, at least for this holiday it’s mandatory to drink four cups of wine, eh? Lol.

I offended you with my opinion?  Ha, you should hear the ones I keep to myself.  Sooooo, when was the last time you got huffy, hot, or heated?  Sometimes we get triggered over an innocent comment not intended to cause any controversy whatsoever.  And it seems that society now changes daily how we speak, inventing new “terms” for nearly everything, so as “not to offend.”

Have panic attacks become your new cardio? The weather today is increasing anxiety followed by full-blown dread. Do you feel that? The tsunami of anguish, angst, and alarm headed your way before the upcoming holidays. Need I remind you that we almost always agonize over things that never come to pass? Yet the worry, nail-biting, and dread hit us all at different times. You may toss and turn half the night, or sit around over-thinking all day long. Here’s a free tip, sweet friends: Fretting does not actually allow you to control your future.

Life is all about choices. Like: Remove your shoes, or scrub the floor. Gee. Speaking of which, never laugh at your wife’s choices. You’re one of them. Heh. So, have you convinced yourself that happiness is something that happens to some folks and not others? Well, guess what? You can actually choose to be happy. What do you choose today: anger, hate, sadness, or love? If you spend your precious days dwelling on the past or fretting about the future, what do you suppose happens to your “present”?