I realized that I was internalizing problems that often had nothing to do with me and allowing other
To overcome this I made a plan to change my atmosphere. I backed away from anything that left me feeling drained or discouraged. Then replaced it with positivity. I tuned out bad news from any source and instead read at least one personal development article every day. I sought out and got plugged in to groups of other people who were serious about achieving success instead of just making excuses and would hold me accountable for doing the same.
I basically got off the pity party train and tossed the t-shirt, hat, and balloons. It wasn't easy and I won't lie, I've gone back and pulled them out a few times but those moments didn't last long when I was surrounded by people who have encouraging, uplifting, motivational things to say. Once I was able to clear the air of all the gunk I felt much better about tackling the things I needed to.
Which brought me to step number two. Check back for the next post in this series to see how I tackled & wrangled my finances.
Top: mark. Flow With it Blouse (also shown here)
Bag: Avon Signature Collection Sabrina Bag, black
Necklace: Mary Birthstone Angel Necklace
Makeup: True Color Eyeshadow Quad shades Purple Pop #2 & #4, I-Mark Wet/Dry Eye shadow in Puff, Avon Extra Lasting Liquid Eyeliner in Deep Violet, Avon Ultra Luxury Eye Liner in black
Pants: Rag and Bone Leggings
Shoes: Patent Leather Pumps (simillar)
Belt: Patent Leather (similar)
Upcoming Series On Three Habits for Accomplishing More
Three Habits for Accomplishing More- #2 Manage
Three Habits for Accomplishing More- #3 Plan
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