Its one of ‘those’ kinda days.

Today started like any other day, woke up to my 5 year old whispering in my ear to come to the living room to watch cartoons with him. Dragging my sluggish body out of bed I immediately found myself in a VERY grouchy mood. Aggravated about any and all things. After a few minutes of trying to wake up I started the TV for Aiden and went to dive into my morning routine. For whatever reason, I was mad. Mad at the world. Mad at myself, my circumstances and life. Everything built up inside that I was about to explode.

After a few calm breathes I realized that I needed to get a grip! “what is wrong with me?” I am a firm believer in positivity and living life with optimism. But today wasnt one of those days. I began thinking about why I am mad, why am I acting like a pouting child not getting her way? I needed to snap out of it and get back to thinking the way I wanted to. But I needed some help, I was so deep into the negative way of thinking that I wouldnt be able to do it by myself. So, Google is was! I found some amazing videos by Dr. Larry Iverson which you can watch here … Dr.Larry Iverson┬áHe made some amazing points and helped me think more clearly!

I have been blessed with so many great friends, family and life experiences. Theres no reason not to love life. If you are having one of those days, like I had, just take some breathes, watch some videos and realize al of your blessings! I mean, really, we could all have it worse right?

Seeing the Golden Gate Bridge was one amazing life experience that I am forever grateful to of had.

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