Posted by: Judy | December 13, 2012

Interesting changes…

I’m working to change my diet.

I’m working to change my exercise routine.

I’m working to change my work habits.

I’m working to prepare for future endeavors.

I’m working to stay on top of my field (poor me, this requires a lot of reading). *snort*

I’m working to change my perspective (read: turn off the negative tape).

I’m working to improve my prayer life.

I’m working.

And all this time I thought I was lazy.

Learned something new.

A cousin sent an email to NM praising my first book. EF decided maybe all my work was worth it, for now. Until there’s another bump in the road. I see now how I was taught that if things didn’t come easily and with swift rewards then I should change what I’m doing. I was never taught to persevere. I was taught to avoid, to hide, to be invisible.

I’m working to persevere in all the things that matter to me: Physical health, emotional health, mental health, spiritual health.

I’m working to face my struggles and not run away.

I’m learning to step forward, not hide.

I’m learning to be brave and step into the light.

I’m changing.


  1. Yea!!!! Wild cheering.

    • 🙂

  2. Change is life! And you are (literally) one of the hardest-working people I know! But people who are self-employed very rarely hear “you did a great job” or “you’re doing a great job” because the employer is yourself… !

    I get praise at work reasonably often, and I need it, badly. Some of us (that’s me) need a lot of praise, and I thrive on it. Trust me, you work hard!


    • (((Mary))) I appreciate how much you’ve helped me.

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