That’s what I keep telling myself today. If the day before is a bad day, telling yourself that today is a new day is a new way to start over. Start fresh. Let your mind reset itself, and try again.
I posted this as a Facebook status earlier: “Today is a new day. Today is a new day. Today is a new day” and a great comment to the effect of “the brain can be tricked. Replace “new” with “good” and see what wonders it’ll work.” Which is amazing advice.
It’s amazing what you can do if you set your mind to it. Just telling yourself that you’re going to have a good day can do for your mentality. Just telling yourself that you’re going to be positive actually works. I’m trying that as my mantra for this week. Be positive. Stay positive. Act positive.
I’ve been keeping busy this last week, which is why I haven’t updated much. Lots going on, and my hand in too many pots at once (as usual), and trying to stay above water.
I finally booked a vacation after 5 long years of not having one! Trip to Vegas in June with friends. I rented a house, ’cause that’s how I roll. Go ahead, be jealous.
Oh, and I finally finished my taxes. Having to repay the government the $8,000 First Time Homebuyer’s credit was rough. Apparently the law is that you have to live there for 3 years. Even though I still own the house, and rent it out, I had to repay it. That took a big chunk out of my refund, which hurt. But c’est la vie.
That’s all I’ve got for today. That’s as interesting as what’s happened in the last week. Sue me.