Monday, November 17, 2008

Energy

Where do you get your energy from? Most people are so concerned for me since I am jobless and rightfully so. However, I feel more energized now than when I was going into my job day to day. I have seen a major change in my whole attitude about everything. Yes, I do not have a job, bu emotionally and physically I feel the best I have ever had. I just feel this great new found energy and it all has to do with the "freedom" to do what I want and be happy about it all for a change. I know I need to stay energized in order to continue to move forward with all my dreams and ideas. I have always been an idea person and never had the time to really focus on any of them. I'm sure that you too have had ideas and have felt the same way. I know I will accomplish what I have set out to do. You can't do everything all at the same time. We have to do what we can, while staying jazzed, one step at a time. It will all come together sooner than later. Staying energized and jazzed are easy to do as long as you tell yourself " I can do this." Just like the little engine that could, "I think I can, I think I can." Of course you can. Our minds are very strong and easily swayed. That's why it is always important to tell yourself positive things everyday and feel the energy. If you need to take a walk or a drive or something to find your energy, do it today. No matter what anyone else tells you, listen to yourself. Only you know exactly what you are capable of.

Remember: Today is the day!

4 comments:

Kimberly Clary said...

EXCELLENT!!!! Can you record this, so I can play it to myself as soon as I wake up every morning?

Roxy said...

Very inspirational blog today! Kimberly said it best.
“can I record that message and play it everyday”
I think maybe I will!!!
Have a great day - Cathy

Anna Lefler said...

Good for you! I love your positive attitude...

I hear so often that things like unexpected job change end up being catalysts for amazing life changes that never would have come about otherwise. Sounds like you're on the path to something new and exciting...

Thanks for becoming a follower on my blog! I look forward to reading more of your posts.

Take care...

:^) Anna

Anne said...

I think what your saying is that even though your not working out of the home right now, your not going to let it get you down and that is a good positive attidtude. Just being able to do the things you want to do sometimes, can give you renewed strength to get you through hardships. It's nice to take time out for yourself sometimes. I do that to so that I can stay sane! So it's not always work, work, work!