We are already half way finished with October! I don’t know about you but this month definitely crept up on me. It said let’s go, Terri, there are things we need to get done!
To be honest, there is so much that I want to get done in these last 3 months of 2016. A lot of which, I have wanted to get done all year round but for one reason or another did not.
Like many people, I love to plan. I have planners and notebooks and scrap paper for just about EVERYTHING! Sometimes that makes me to rigid. It leaves little room for flexibility. Other times it keeps me focused. It gives me a sense of purpose.
No matter which side of the planner spectrum you are on. You can 100% enjoy the rest of 2016 and make the most of it! I have come up with 5 tips that can help even the latest of last minute goal setters.
Spoiler alert! I am not always as happy as my Instagram account would have you to believe.
As a matter of fact for the past month and a half, I have battled with thoughts and feelings of depression. What this recent dance with depression has taught me is that you have to be willing to not be sad anymore. It is so addictive to live in a “woe is me” mindset.
To be honest, there were some days when it almost felt good to feel depressed. Weird! I know. Maybe it was because I could choose to be lazy. Not care about getting anything done. Then blame it on feeling sad and depressed!
Being open-minded is a quality trait to have. We are born into a world of differences. People have differences of opinion. We have differences in culture. People have different societal norms.
With that as a collective, we should challenge ourselves daily to be tolerant of those around us.
While I, too, struggle with being consistent with my open-mindedness. I thought it was important to communicate with you 10 reasons why I believe it is great to have an open mind. FYI. Click the reason to read more about it!