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How I Push The Reset Button On A Daily Bases

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When it comes to hitting the reset button in my life. I find it difficult most times because I want to do the same thing day in and day out. I really do feel out of place when I get off my daily, weekly or monthly schedule. As of late, I think I've found a new approach to this thing we call life and living. Seriously, I have learned a method of dealing with all situations and issues that arise. Most, importantly the lessons I am learning are more valuable now in life than when I was younger, and I didn't know how to start something over without cracking and losing sleep over things that I had no control over anyway. 
One thing I now know is life has to have a plan, and without one I find myself coasting and living in the land of the unknown. Today I will be sharing a few bits and tips from my journal that has helped me hit that reset button every day.

Image: Oatmeal and coffee on table.

  • If I need to start something over. I just do it without questioning myself. There are no time limits when it comes to correcting what is necessary for life.
  • I make a list of everything I want to get accomplished in my week, but I leave room for those unforeseen things.
  • I've cleared my plate from doing so many things at one time. 
  • I just added another day to my week of adding more veggies and fruits to my diet
  • Started a new workout routine. The last one was getting bored, and I wasn't feeling happy with doing it the way I was doing it.
  • I schedule a day with my kids and a day that is just for myself. 
  • I've deleted all negative things and started following positive people who are going in the direction I would like to go.
  • Lately, when I miss the mark on doing something off my schedule, I make sure to tell myself its ok, and I can reset this day.
  • I am focusing on the joys at the moment such as good health, a job, a place to live, husband and happy kids.
  • If my plans fail, I can hit that reset button. It is ok to start over as many times as needed.
The start over button is not a one size fits all. Starting over is a lifestyle, and it has to be tailored to the way a person wants to live. That is why I am ok with getting up and starting my day with new lessons and opportunities to do better every day. 

Last but not least, life is simple, or at least I am looking at it that way. When things happen, we have to find a new way of getting back in the race. 

Today is Monday what do you need to start over?

No matter what it is just get up and do it!

Since writing more in my notebook, I see things in my life that I can improve in on a daily bases.

The best part is I can do it and so can YOU:)

Until Next Time See Ya In A Bit!

xo Tangie


  1. That was well said, I never look at Monday’s as days that are anticipated but definitely very productive. If only we had thoughts of steady action throughout the week! How great would that be!

    Great Read
    God Bless


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