Monday, March 7, 2011

Review Your Year


So it has finally happened, I have turned 36. As I look back on year 35, I have once again learned, and or re-learned important lessons. Here they are:

1. Health comes first

Always, always, always! No amount of $, no TV show, no taste of engineered food, is more important than your health. Make the time to eat real food, to exercise, and to find peace.

2. Be Aware of Danger

Crying in the bathroom at work because a co-worker's actions have affected you negatively? Not acceptable. It's time to make a change.

3. Things Aren't Black And White
There can be great things that happen, even if the situation stinks. Enjoy, embrace, and celebrate those things. But be aware when things have gone to far (#2).

4. It's Not About You

People that freak out because you are focused, organized, smart, calm, quiet, tall, female, fit, young, etc.? It's not about you, it's about them. You cannot do anything but be true to yourself and move on.

5. Enjoy Every Day

Every day is a gift. Treat it and yourself in the best way possible.
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