Zig Ziglar once said: “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for."
G.D Anderson once said that: "Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength."
Are you an avid shopper? Do you have a therapeutic experience walking down the supermarket aisles? Then you might be having some dilemma with this pandemic. You might be thinking of making serious adjustments to the way you shop.
I see you when I walk into the store. You stock away at those shelves so dutifully. You appear oblivious to the current pandemic. Not because you don't care but because you have chosen to play your part. Oh, and that smile that comes like the cherry on the cake. Thank you.
There are not very many things that stick with me year to year. Many things seem to be in flux. Music is one exception. It hasn’t gone anywhere. That’s my catalyst for getting chores done, my means for escape when ‘it gets too much’, and my gateway to prayer. It seems to make things better and easier. With music, I see the world through rose-colored glasses. It gives me the opportunity to define my world exactly as I want it.
Where on earth did this extra 3 inches come from? The increased girth around my midsection? Yes! I am referring to my expanded waist and hip-lines! A couple of months ago, I was worried something was wrong with me. Why? I am a foodie, never skipping meals with persistent late-night snacking. No weight gain to show. I was as slim as someone on a dedicated restrictive diet. As a healthcare personnel, I have the tendency to diagnose myself with all sorts. I had no qualms pinning labels to myself as proof of my loving relationship with food and no weight gain to show. Now I had the extra weight and I was mortified!