The rush and stress of the season often finds us forgetting to be grateful for all we have been given.
Every time you say thank you, you are building your emotional fitness. Get in the habit of thanking not just people, but all the good things you encounter as you go about your day. Moreover, when bad things happen, look for a lesson, and when you find it say“Thank You.”
Keep working to stay strong, I work hard to do the same . As noted above, I am not perfect, no one is and this week;s post will be all about praising imperfection.
Remember’s sharing is caring and the easiest way to practice kindness is to share this post if you found it helpful. Thank you.
I use WordPress Daily Prompts to inspire some posts, but just as often read them after I’ve written a post. That forces me to think a bit about how the prompt relates to what I have written. Then the then becomes a Critical Thinking Exercise.
This DAILY PROMPT did not inspire me: Ebb and Flow: Our blogs morph over time, as interests shift and life happens. Write a post for your blog — but three years in the future.
What it did bring to mind was to think about the next week’s blog posts. I wanted something that tied in with New Year’s Resolutions, but was a bit more thoughtful and most of all more realistic. So next weeks it is Missions and Goals.
LINKS OF INTEREST
These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.
Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises (www.emotionalfitnesstraining.com
The five components of Emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)Emotional Fitness Tips for Parents (parentsarepeopletoo.com)
An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents(amazon.com)