How did it go?
Here we are. Day 30. The end of my 30-day positivity challenge.
You’ll probably notice I didn’t post yesterday either. My mom, Belle, and I left for a weekend getaway to a beach town in Delaware. We got out of town later than expected (I had to drop the cats off at my Nana’s for babysitting), so we didn’t get to our destination until about 9:30 at night. Since it’s a new place for Belle, and it was a 3-hour car ride, we spent an hour before bed letting her explore a bit and getting some energy out.
I was excited, though, that my Week 3 wrap up was published this week. Can you pick out any of the themes I’ve discussed in my posts?
Other than that, the day itself was simply uneventful.
I’m beginning to think maybe most of my days are. (And that’s okay.)
What did I learn?
I’m definitely the type of person that decisions affect my mind, which affect my mood. (Your mind affects your mouth, and your mouth affects your mind.)
I’ve noticed that since I’ve made a decision, the “don’t care attitude” I feel I have is actually coming across as positive and strong-willed to others. Who would have thought? Making a decision, even in my head, and adopting a different attitude has actually changed my environment because it’s changed the way I interact with my environment.
Mindset is everything, it seems.
And I think that’s the biggest thing I’ve learned from this whole thing: it’s all about your mindset.
If you’re willing to fight and “dig in” for what you want or what you believe, then don’t let the actions or thoughts of others deter you. Keep persevering, keep pushing forward. (God rewards the committed.)
My decisions won’t change; I will remain committed to not only having small faith, but also what I am called to do.
I will keep my mindset because my mindset will help to determine the outcome (or at least how I see it).