Happy Thoughts #14, 15, and 16

I hope everyone is having a fantastic weekend! Mine has been fairly easy-going so far, although I’m obviously a little behind on my posts. Time to catch up! 🙂

Happy Thought #14 – Being Okay with Imperfection

This thought came from this past Thursday – the first of my missed posts. Funnily enough, the fact that I didn’t post is my happy thought. I had all the best intentions to, but a few unexpected things came up and I gave myself permission to not complete my to-do list that day.

There’s so much value in setting goals and making plans, but I’m getting better at recognizing that there’s also value in being okay when those goals and plans get derailed.

Happy Thought #15 – Finding Joy in Work

Friday, I didn’t post because I ended up working longer than expected. Again, funnily enough that was my happy thought for the day. You see, I was working on a project that I got completely immersed in. I found myself enjoying it way more than I expected, so I completely lost track of time.

I’ll always take that kind of work! 🙂

Happy Thought #16 – Healthy Satisfaction

Now that the holidays are over, I’ve been working on getting to eating healthy. After all the snacks and desserts associated with the holiday, it’s been harder than I expected, even though I’m generally a fairly healthy eater.

Today, I took a different approach. Rather than trying to make good decisions in the moment throughout the day, I took time this morning to decide my food for the day. I logged it all in advance so I knew I’d be on track. I did have some moments of temptation but I told myself the decision had already been made, so each time I stuck with my original healthy choice.

Now that most of the day is done, I can say that I feel FANTASTIC and I’m so glad I stuck with my plan.

What’s your happy thought for today?

Published by Taryn Hewett

Hi, I’m Taryn! I'm a certified professional coach who helps people live lives of passion, purpose, and fulfillment. I'm an avid believer that holistic happiness is the key to everything we want to achieve in life. When we're happy and fulfilled, it causes a positive ripple effect in all areas of our lives: family, work, community - you name it. I am so honored and excited to help others along their own journey to happiness.

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