… and the restraint not to complain.
To cheer myself, I’m adding in gratuitous pictures of attractive men.
Today finishes the Ultimate Blog Challenge over on PI and I am glad to have done it and even more glad it’s over. The good thing about it is that there’s much more content now (with bonus SEO that I didn’t have or know about before!) and it’s good to be able to reuse over again in some fashion. Between planning and marketing the Intuition Bootcamp and this, working and pulling together ideas for Level One of my certification course, mah head she is fried.
But it’s all good, really. I could be sitting around, doing nothing, drinking a buttload of coffee and feeling lonely. (Oh hai, last year!) This way, there’s lots of stuff to do and most of it I do happily.
Complaining is like breathing to me but I also know what it’s costing me energetically speaking so I am seeking to tone it down a lot. It feels like a weird addiction – even when I feel like crap doing it, it feels better too, somehow.
But giving it up is hard. (Is that complaining? Or just a statement of fact? Or both?) Oh well, I’ll keep working on it.
I covet my quiet times – like now when the doggies are sleeping so hard they’re snoring. Or the hour before bed when the doggies are sleeping and I’m winding down, writing in my journal, doing my prayer work. It’s nice and peaceful.
Speaking of nice (and possibly not so peaceful), who is Tom Daley? He sure is pleasant to look at, eh?
Bye for now!