Get up & get excited

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Days get boring and monotonous, and then we get sad because they are boring. What do you do different? Probably nothing, but that doesn't change the fact that we should. Some days it's hard to get up because of stress or lack of purpose, but we should look at each day as a blessing. We were given this day and these moments to do great things and be all that we can be. Take this moment to get excited about tomorrow and all the things you could accomplish.

Dealing with Nancy

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Step 1: Show negative Nancy this cute pup. Jk. (Or am I?--might be a good idea).

Since my blog is called "The High Road Less Traveled," I feel like I should dedicate this next blog post to taking the high road. There are days when taking the high road feels next to impossible, especially when dealing with negative people. Instead of getting upset at those people, take a step back—it makes all the difference. Negative people are going to be a constant throughout your life. The key is to never let that negative energy affect you. There are so many ways to do this:

I get knocked down, but I get up again

Does anyone else immediately think of that movie Fired Up when they hear that song? Might be just me on that one. But, hopefully it got a laugh.

What do you do when the whole day seems like a funk? Your coworkers are complaining, your shoe broke, and the sky is dark and dreary?

A blog is a blog is a blog...

This is my first blog and my first attempt at creative writing so please bear with me. I decided to dedicate an entire blog to looking at the good things in life, always taking the high road (or trying to), and living our lives the way God intended us to—by being kind to others and by appreciating the