‘It’s easier for you though, you’re a positive person’
I hear this often
Yes, I am a positive person, but it doesn’t come easy, I work at it. Most see the surface, not the work that I put in daily
I have just finished reading ‘feel the fear and do it anyways’ and cant believe I haven’t read it before now. I have learnt a lot about myself, how I think and react. The book is full of practical tools to implement into your daily routine, in order to gain power and control of your life.
Saying this, close to the end of the book, Susan Jeffers states the importance of going with the flow of life, accepting that not everything can not be controlled.
Despite of not having control of things like the weather, a friend turning up late or a power cut as your favourite program is about to start. You do have control over how you decide to respond to these events. Continue reading “Going with the flow in Glastonbury”
In that split second, after the annoying alarm jingle goes off , when my brain wakes up and tries to figure out – where am I? What day is it? What am I doing? My eyes ping open, it’s Ski Wednesday! ?
I want to run the half marathon. But I can’t run. I’m disabled.
The next option is to wheel it, in my wheelchair. But wait, that’s not an option, I struggle to wheel down the corridor.