Jumpstart your day — every day!
We often think we should wait to start a resolution. Think again. EVERY day is a new day. That means it’s okay to start any new habit.
- Get up 15 minutes earlier, for time for yourself.
- Make up the bed as soon you get up.
- Have breakfast.
- Start an emergency fund.
- Start a Vacation Account at your bank.
Create order out of chaos in your daily life. You know something you have been itching to do for years and haven’t done it yet. Now is the time.
Okay. You have your game plan in place. Remember, there will be days when you just don’t want to make the effort to follow through with your new habit. Bite the bullet and get your bed made anyway.
Successful people keep at it. Day in and day out. That is why they are successful! That can be you.
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I snapped this shot of the Amaryllis I had put in a glass of water because it had grown so tall. It was about to fall over, pot and all.
Fresh flowers on the table always make the meal!
Catfish Johnnies — great seafood — country music too!
Those of you that are either heading to central Florida this winter, or are already there, don’t miss a mouth watering meal at Catfish Johnny’s.
The restaurant is located a little off the beaten path in Lake Panasoffkee, FL. Give them a call at 352-793-2083. They will advise you to come early for their 12:00 pm seating.
The great gift of human beings is that’s have the power of empathy.
— Meryl Streep —
The Outermost House, by Henry Beston http://amzn.to/2Fr666C is for those that love the ocean and Cape Cod. Fortunately for me, I saw the Outermost House before it was washed out to sea during the Blizzard of 1978.
Gift from the Sea, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh http://amzn.to/2Ew1Z7U is about taking time out for reflection. I actually moved to Ft. Meyers, FL because I was so taken with this book.
Most of us live very hectic lives and rarely follow our dreams. Take the leap and live your dreams. It will be worth it!
Thanks for dropping by. Kathleen