Don’t sweat the small stuff

 

We can get so caught up in our minor daily struggles that it’s easy to forget to take a step back and enjoy the things we’re lucky to have. Gratitude is a game-changer. It reframes everything; so put those gratitude glasses on – and keep them on!

 

Holding on to pain and frustration does more damage to you than to the other person. So learn to let things go of things you have no control over and  make more room for joy and happiness

 

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…is a fantastic book that tells you how to stop letting the little things in life drive you into frustration and worry. In thoughtful and insightful language the author Richard Carlson reveals ways to calm down, especially now with COVID19 and all it’s uncertainties.  In the midst of our frustrations, he gives us suggestions for ways we can make daily changes to ultimately lead a calmer, less stressed and more relaxed life. Here is the link for you to get a copy of the book https://amzn.to/33NvYXS

Tips on letting go of  the small stuff
*Breathe slowly. You can change your state with just a few, slow deep breaths. …
*Acknowledge your emotion. Give it a name: Frustration and deal with it . …
*Remind yourself of the smallness of the situation. The little things are exactly that. …
*Focus on solutions. What needs to happen now? …
*Find the good in the situation.

 

 

5 Comments (+add yours?)

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  3. Hoyt Buckhalter
    Dec 31, 2020 @ 22:17:58

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