Keep Climbing

“There’s a wall in front of you.
It’s tall, it towers over you.
You have to climb it.
In order for you to get to where you want, you have to get to the other side.
So start climbing.
You will fall, at some point.
It’s inevitable.
But does that mean you give up?
If someone drags you down, do you stay down?
No matter what, you climb.
And you do not stop until you are on the other side of that wall!
You do not quit.
Do you understand?
People will always try to stop you or distract you.
But you just keep climbing.
You don’t ever give up on reaching the other side of that wall!”

Vitamins

January was a month of medications. I decided to stick with vitamins C and D and won spectacularly!

I had days where life took over and a vitamin C was missed – however almost every single day of January saw me taking the time to grab some vitamins. And I felt so much better for it.

On an odd occasion where I felt the sniffles approaching – nothing developed. I feel healthier and I feel as though my immunity is slowly improving.

Off to an amazing start this year – 2020 is the year I start taking notice and positively impacting upon it. This year I shall not ignore anything to do with my health and I shall work to ensure that I make the effort required.

My Thing

December was a month of feeling like I needed to find my own thing.

The previous month had been one that had seen me trying something I had been thinking of doing for quite some time, based off the positive enforcement of several people around me.

December was a month of thought, of honesty, of finding something that felt like me.

I found Yoga.

I did the Yoga.

I enjoyed the Yoga.

I found a thing that could potentially become one of ‘my things’.

This is definitely a thing to take with me into 2020, something to enjoy and to take seriously.

December was a month that ended positively.

A positive end to my trial run of trying to make changes to my life.

 

May 2020 be a year of radiant success!

Cuppa Tea, Pet?

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“I will destroy your happiness if it is the last thing I do!”

I have decided to cut down on caffeine. I am not cutting it out completely. So many changes this year – I hope I can stick with them! I already feel a positive difference by doing REDJanuary. I wake up most mornings excited and ready to see how many steps I can achieve. 2019 started off well, let’s keep going.

 

 

The amount of caffeine in an 8-ounce cup of tea prepared with one Tetley Decaffeinated tea bag is approximately 4 milligrams (99.6% caffeine free). The amount of caffeine in a similarly brewed 8-ounce cup of regular tea is between 40 and 50 milligrams.

( http://www.tetleyharris.com/tea101/faqs.shtml )

Social Media Generation

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I am an unfortunate part of the social media generation. The majority of the time, I hate it – ‘it’ being specifically Facebook.

I have, as of today, deactivated my personal account and created one just for my own positivity. There are zero friends on it – no one there for me to look at and compare my life to.

It is linked in with my WordPress, YouTube and Twitter so that should anyone wish to follow the page – they can do so.

This is with the aim of giving myself a way to share some positivity and continue to improve my mental health going forward into 2019.

 

https://www.facebook.com/ChloeMarshallBlog

BRAVE

I try not to put people on pedestals
Then I find this note
You describe me as ‘brave’.

It makes it hard
Hard not to see you as a positive light
In a dark world – you shine