Tell Me Something Good

So many bad things happening the world, you can’t turn the tv on without hearing something terrible.

Mornings on my way to work I listen to a radio show that has a segment called “Tell me something good”, where they pick out events from the week that’s happened on a happy note.

I’d love to get YOU and other bloggers in on this too. You can email me, send a tweet, post it on my Facebook page or leave a comment. Each week I’ll add your addition to my post and I’ll also give you a shout out and link back to your preferred social media.

Tell Me Something Good

One // I picked up a paint brush for the first time since 10th grade art class. I forgot how much I loved it and how relaxing it is.
Tell Me Something Good

 

Two // Last year I put together a little booklet about anxiety and anxiety triggers. I also included a few things that can be done to lesson anxiety. I’ve added it to my Etsy shop and hopefully it’ll help you like these tips and tricks have helped me.
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Three // Tanzanite is my favorite stone, it’s gorgeous and I’ve been in love with it since I got my first tanzanite ring when I was 17. Not only is it my favorite color but it’s also December’s second birth stone. My sneaky mom bought me this beauty, her reasoning was simply “because I wanted to”. (excuse my fingernails, they were a little paint riddled)
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Four // I love my sleep but since January it’s been skewed. All of the anxiety and stress that’ve been swirling around so far in 2018 has me exhausted! I’m happy to say the last few nights I’ve got almost 6 hours, which makes me giddy.

That is all for this week, I hope you’ll join me next week! I wish everyone a happy Good Friday, woohoo!

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13 thoughts on “Tell Me Something Good

  1. What a great idea. I was just saying to someone the other day that he needs to take some time a replace his negative thoughts with positive one. Or do some journaling about the things he is grateful for.
    We, as a society, only seem to be focused on the terrible things. But life is so short and there is so much beauty around us!
    For me right now, the winter is finally melting away, spring is in the air and it’s starting to warm up. Flowers are starting to bloom and Robins are plenty. Even rainy days are welcome. They are the perfect excuse to cuddle under a blanket and read a book.

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    1. I love rainy days myself. You’re right, if he replaces one negative thought with a positive he’ll see changes in no time. That one thought can trigger another good thought etc etc. I couldn’t wait for winter to fade so I’m glad it’s starting to warm up too.

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  2. Loved this and this has been my focus this year look for all the good and try to push the bad away. One of my good things this week has been becoming involved with both my daughters in a new hobby, called Diamond Painting. It is a lot like paint by number using very tiny diamond resin chips. I have completed a total of 5 pictures and have 1 in progress, 1 awaiting me and a third on order being shipped. My youngest daughter hooked me on it and now we have the older daughter doing her own pictures too! It is just the biggest good news of a good, but long and tiring week.

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    1. I’ve seen those little kits, my office manager bought a couple. They look really cool to do and i know you love doing them with the kiddos. Yeah it’s like the world would rather dwell on negatives and not share any positive at all.

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  3. Lovely initiative! We should surround ourselves with positive thinking. this doesn’t mean being blind to what’s going on around us. But we tend to pay more attention to the bad than to the good.

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