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As I sat there today, complaining about being too hot then too coldhungry then fulltired then bored, I realized that my generation is addicted to being negative.and I'm no exception.

Do you realize what you could be doing

If you'd stop complaining about the amount of work you have to do this week? For starters, you could actually be doing the work. I'm guilty of taking the opportunity to list off my daily tasks if someone asks how my day is going. My to-do list is already in my planner, Google calendar, mind and various post-it notes. There's no need to repeat it. Next time someone asks you how your day is going, tell them you're busy and love it. There are worse things than being busy.

Do you realize what you could be doing

If you stopped beating yourself up about missing the gym once? Being healthy and feeling good about yourself is incredibly important, but it shouldn't be your life. You shouldn't be waking up at 5 a.m. to get a full workout in or running yourself ragged to maintain a healthy social life, succeed at work, take care of your apartment all while having afull workout schedule. Just do some jumping jacks while watching terrible reality TV tonightor don't. Who cares.

Do you realize what you could be doing

If you accepted erratic weather for what it was? Everyone loves a nice, sunny day. But, sometimes it snows,rains and is abnormally cold for that time of the year. At the end of the day, complaining about the weather is just an excuse to complain. Act like it's 80 and sunny if it's 55 and rainy.

Do you realize what you could be doing

If you didn't complain about a bad hair, body or makeup day? You probably look the same as you did the day before. You just feel like being negative today so your eye makeup is bothering you more than usual.

Do you realize what you could be doing

If you accepted the fact that everyone is different? Everyone thinks differently, feels differently, expresses emotion differently and acts differently. It takes all kinds of kinds. Accept people for who they are and open your mind to different people. You'll probably learn something.

There are more important things than what you're complaining about, what you're sad about and what you're stressed about. Start thinking positively. You'll find less to complain about.

Posted in Personal Development Post Date 03/09/2020


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