Positivity- Rainy Days to Sunny Weather

“Life is What you Make it”- Couldn’t be more true of a quote and it will stand the test of time because at times how you live life reflects your perspective towards life. Some who live life full of negativity energy, talking down on someone else and always looking at the negative aspects in life- actually don’t bring the ones around them down- but they bring themselves down. With a negative mindscape, how are you able to think clearly? With negative energy towards others, how do you focus on yourself? With negativity in general, what do you think it does to your health? Positive thinking has been mentioned in many articles to have health benefits such as:

– Increased life span

– Lower rates of depression

– Lower levels of distress

– Greater Resistance to the Common Cold

– Better Psychological and Physical well-being

– Reduced risk of Cardiovascular Disease

– Better coping Skills during Hardships and Time of Stress

(http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/positive-thinking/SR00009) Check the link- if your interested.

It is the little things you do in life that amount up to bigger results and consequences at the end of the day. (Will have a post about our own personal experience using positive thinking during hardship).

 

“So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” – Marilyn Monroe

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2 thoughts on “Positivity- Rainy Days to Sunny Weather

  1. P-Rice! What a way to start off my Sunday afternoon with a little positive energy. I like how you dive into the benefits of having a positive attitude in many aspects of life. It’s definitely a great asset to have a positive personality because if you don’t, then it’s easier to get discouraged at the little things in life. It’s almost like a trickle down affect. If you let your mindset turn to negative stress about the biggest priorities in life, then you’ll pick up a bad habit of holding onto that negative energy.
    Your voice in this post was very calm making it easier to receive the message you’re trying to send to your readers. The concept of this post was very clear to me and easy to relate to, even if it’s just about the simple things in life.
    Great blog, P-Rice-keep killing it!

    Donny

  2. “It is the little things you do in life that amount up to bigger results and consequences at the end of the day. (Will have a post about our own personal experience using positive thinking during hardship).” This really shows me your voice and how positive you are while at the same time you know the audience you are talking too.

    I could easily follow the structure of the post and the bullets helped with that.

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