“How is your day going?”
Those five words can mean the world to someone. They can change their bad mood to good. They can say “you mean a lot to me” to someone who needs to hear it or be reminded of it. And they say that you thought about someone in the midst of your busy day.
I love those five words and I love when someone takes a moment of their day to let me know that they’re thinking of me.
Those five words tell me that I’m an important part of their life, that they’re grateful to have me in their life and that I am loved.
Those five words are powerful.
Be sure to use them every chance you get.
It will mean the world to someone you care about.
And it’s a good thing.
Wishing you love and light and from me to all of you: “How is your day going?”
Isn’t funny how we can “find the time” to “make the time” for a hair appointment or visit to the spa, a trip to the store or a night of mindless television, yet we can’t seem to find the time for the most important things in life that truly matter: the moments we share with the people we love and the moments we need just for us, the kind that soothes our souls.
We say that we have to “find the time,” yet the reality is that we have to “find the time” to “make the time.”
Make the time to take care of yourself.
Make the time to stop what you’re doing and listen to someone who needs to be heard.
Make the time to stop and see the beauty around you.
Make the time to tell someone you love them and how important they are to you.
Make the time to enjoy the holidays, not just prepare for them.
Make the time to still your mind and listen to your intuition.
Make the time to make memories, not just money.
Make the time to let your heart take a picture of those “be still my heart” moments.
Make the time to count your blessings.
And make the time to be grateful for all of them.
It’s a good thing.
Wishing you love and light,