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imageI am grateful for another yummy birthday dinner. Thank you!

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I was waiting to see my Specialist and found this article on how to live without regrets from “More” magazine.

It is again a good reminder on how to live a life without regrets. In the article’s case, to release a long-held regret, the writer had to fulfill a promise she wasn’t able to complete many years before. In doing so, she was able to let go of the guilt and sadness she felt for that broken promise.

I believe that we each have some regrets in life. Some are easier to mend, some may not be… Some may even require some changes in ourselves or our situation… Whatever it is, may each of us find a way to let go of regrets that keep us from living life happily and fully.

imageToday is Mercedita Day! I scheduled today as a floating holiday to celebrate my birthday so… Yay, for Mercedita Day! HaHa!

Mercedita Day is a day to celebrate joy and yummy food! So after sleeping in, I made Oden (Japanese fish cake soup). It is also Chinese tradition to eat noodles on one’s birthday for long life, so I added bundled Konnyaku (yam noodles) in my soup.

Today, I pray for peace and healing for all!

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For lunch, I went into an Asian Market to pick up some lunch. The cashier told me to go back and put more food in my box. She wanted to ensure I got my $9’s worth. LOL! Gotta love that!

(for 2/10/15)

D6: Inspiration Is Everywhere

D6: Inspiration Is Everywhere

We are lucky. There is inspiration everywhere… Even on sauce packets! We just need to be aware.

I wanted to share something really inspiring.  It’s Matt Cutts’ TED Talk on trying something new for 30 days. It’s a short and sweet presentation sharing how trying new things gave him courage and helped him to grow personally.

I hope you enjoy it, and maybe it will also encourage you to try something new.

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“If it is important to you, you will find a way.  If not, you’ll find an excuse!”

Isn’t that the truth!  LOL!  What’s important to you?

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One of the concepts that I feel I am able to understand better now is the idea that what is meant to be, will be and what is meant for me, will be mine.  I just have to be patient (that’s the hard part!). This has been cutting the worry in half!

Here’s a great article on how Jen and Bill of “The Little Couple” met as an example of the concept of “what will be, will be.”

2015/02/img_0526.jpg“Life is not discovery of fate; it is continuous creation of future, through choices of thoughts, feelings and actions in the present.” —Sanjay Sahay

This quote… It makes me think and look at myself… HARD! About my life, my choices, and especially my thoughts!

I see how past choices have influenced my present now, in many aspects of my life, so I can truly feel the magnitude of this saying. It is so true!

Life is truly what we make of it, and our perceptions create our reality. This is how powerful each of us are. We are co-creators of our fate and destiny!

The image (found on a table in the lunch room) is from a desk calendar by http://www.tfpublishing.com.

Today begins a new 365 day project for me.  For the next 365 days, I will publish something that provides me with either happiness, love, discovery, or inspiration… maybe even all of them at once.  It will be a project to celebrate something awesome each day.

2015/02/img_0516.jpgI visited my brother and he gave me an early birthday present.  He knows I love tea, and that I can’t seem to stay away from places like Teavana.  His exact words when I opened the gift was, “I know you like things like that.”  HaHa!

So for day 1, I would like to express my gratitude for this funny tea infuser from my little brother. Thank you, A!

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