In this 100th episode, I split the Secrets to Living Happily Ever After into five key categories.
It was quite enlightening (and a bit surprising) to spot the patterns.
I did snap a selfie upon completing the episode. Like I said in the episode, I was not camera ready. HA HA
I also noticed when editing the episode (I did cut out some coughing and sneezing), that I pretty much handled the episode as I originally planned it in my mind. I had wanted to do more prep work to tell you how many episodes covered each of the “Happily Ever After” categories I shared.
My modified plan (which I did NOT end up doing) was going to be to read you a few of the “Happily Ever After” secrets and talk about them individually.
Overall, despite the sniffling and coughing, I’m satisfied with this episode. So once again, just showing up (featured in Ep085 and which would fall into the “freedom of choice” and “having courage to be yourself / trusting yourself / believing in yourself” categories) proves to be one secret to living happily ever after.
My energy level was zero. I thought I knew what I needed to do to get it back to where I wanted and needed it to be. Then it occurred to me that my body was telling me what it needed, but I wasn’t listening.
Has this ever happened to you?
The music for this podcast is Drifting Upstream by Hyson. Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Hyson/Soundtrack_for_the_Weary_Vol_I/Hyson_-_Drifting_Upstream
One of the simplest, quickest, and easiest ways to improve your health is to drink more water. Your body is made up of about 60% water. Water is needed to keep your organs and muscles healthy, your breath fresh, and your body cool.
If you resist drinking plain ol’ H20, here are some tricks to make it a bit more appealing and fun.
If you feel a lack in your relationships, perhaps rather than waiting for them to call you when they have time to meet, you can call them, I challenge you to be pro-active and start scheduling times to meet with friends and family members.
Episodes that were mentioned into day’s edition of Reflections of a Recovering Ugly Duckling.