Bad Day?

I try so hard to get up in the morning and tell myself that it is going to be a good day. It is my choice to have a good or bad day, right? This morning I got up and thought that it was going to be a good day, but turned out to be just the opposite. Why is it bad? Well, that is the confusing part. The answer to that is, I don’t even know myself. I don’t know why it is a bad day. I don’t know why I am having the thoughts that I am having. I don’t know why I can’t turn the bad day into a good day. Shouldn’t I just make myself have a better day? Well, we all have times like this. What should I do?

That is the question I am asking myself. What should I do to make this a better day for me? My answer to that is, I will do whatever I want today. Whatever I want to do. Picking a room to clean or a load of laundry usually helps take my mind off of things. Working around the house gives me more energy than anything. Writing also helps me when I get in these down moods. So, I decided to do a little bit of housework and writing.

Doing what I want, doing for myself has become very important to me. I remember when I used to put myself to the side so I can do for everyone else. I always wanted to please others, and I still do at times, but working on myself and doing for “me” is more important.

Published by kimberlysblog1972

Hello! My name is Kimberly! I am married to my husband David of almost three years, I have one daughter, Ashley, and one Granddaughter, Kairi. I was born and raised in Kansas. I lived in Missouri, Texas, and Utah for a while, but ended up back in Kansas. I graduated High School in 1991. In March of 2018 I graduated from Ashford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science. I am also a Certified Life Coach a Certified Relationship Coach, Certified Lifestyle Expert, and a Certified Motivational Speaker. Some things that I enjoy: Spending time with my family, cooking, housework and decorating, scrap booking, photography, hosting holiday parties, watching football, researching, dining out, and writing.

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