~~ Dun Tah Dahh!! ~~
Fairwell 2009. Was it a good year?
To me it was a challenging year– some would’ve called it a horrible year for me– hahaha! some DID say that about my year– but I don’t choose to look at it that way.
To me, when things don’t go exactly like I wish they would or should have gone– I simply ask myself what am I suppose to be learning from this bend in the road? 🙂 and I don’t even want to count the number of times I got to ask myself that question this year! uh huhhh!
I am the type who doesn’t make “New Years Resolutions.” — seems a sure fire way to set yourself up for failure. So, I think of ways I could change my out look on my life– example: say I was 4 pounds shy of my dream number in weight loss — then I can celebrate what was accomplished rather than feeling like I have fallen short or FAILED. No one enjoys failing — but if we can look at things as what we did accomlish our future can be much brighter.
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”- Wayne Dyer
That is one very powerful statement.
Starting Friday January 8th (giving everyone some time to settle after the holidays) I will launch my first
~~ Fridays– Finding Beauty ~~
We will celebrate together what we all view as Beauty— whether it be of nature, personal, or every day interactions — we will help one another look at the day to day things in our lives a bit differently. We will encourage one another to spread our wings and become stronger women, artists and photographers.
Are you ready to change the way you look at things? I know I am!
I am working on a Button — you all can grab and post with on your blogs. (btw any great ideas??) Mark your calendar and please join the party!
TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥
Since January 1st 2010 -- I have been celebrating finding Beauty in our every day lives. Stay in the Day... be in the moment. Don't wait to live your life.
Stop and make a habit to find the Beauty and you will be amazed at how Beautiful your life is. Be thankful and remember:
"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Dyer