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Worry, because god has my back
Getting outside more to enjoy nature,( I am not fond f the cold) exercising and do things that I enjoy rather than checking out social media or being like a hermit. Be more compassionate towards my spouse, give her some personal space when needed and understand her work difficulties rather than trying to help solve them or feel neglected.
Spend more time reading for pleasure and less time on social media
I could reach out to help others. Not something that flows naturally for me. I could do less of looking at news feeds, am doing less of that.
Less judgement of self and others. More acceptance.
Tap into my creative mind and partake in activities that truly better the mind and body. Less time on social media and my phone.
More time at the banjo and less time on the internet. I realize I’m trading one time-wasting device for another. Striking a balance is all about its quality; one of these will improve.
more being relaxed, less being driven to fill every moment
more being spontaneous, less having to timetable my every moment
More acts of creativity
Less complaining and judgements
I could do a lot more volunteering and helping others. I used to give way to much of myself that I had to cut back. Now I’ve cut back too much- need to find a happy-medium!
I could use my phone a lot less! I waste so much time on websites and games. I’ve already cut out over an hour most days, would love to cut back another hour too!
I am sitting too much, now that I am retired! I am working to change that pattern–of course, snow and ice haven’t helped here.
I can move more even around the house.
Spring is coming!
More Wabi-Sabi and less hokey-pokey.
dear John . . . 🙂
More spontaneous acts of kindness.
Less judgement of others, including the the judgements unspoken.
As the song goes…I go with more
“You’ve got to ac-Cent-Chu-Aate the positive
Eliminate the negative
Latch on to the affirmative….
and less and less…. mess’n with Mister In-Between”
More praying, less complaining.
More movement, less sitting.
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