I hope that your week has started off with a bang. But, guess what? We aren’t going to let it stagnate at Tuesday! It’s time for some Happy Tweets to get pumped up for your off-the-clock activities. Whatever you need the motivation for – a second job, the gym, mowing the lawn – this should do the trick to give you the extra “oomph” to make it to bedtime!
VOGUE.CO.UK@BritishVogue “All you can do is do what you believe in – it’s when you listen to too many opinions that things go wrong” – Sarah Burton
For a lot of you, this is the afternoon home-stretch of your week! Even if your work week was cut short by the holiday, exhaustion is setting in from the festivities, and instead of feeling the second day of work, it has quickly become evident that this is, indeed, FRIDAY.
So, I thought it would be appropriate to share happy tweets today! To get you through the remaining, grueling hours of your workday, and motivate you to get things DONE this weekend.
But, also to motivate me. There is a snow storm a-comin’, and I need that “OOMPH!” to not stay curled up in my warm bed all day tomorrow 🙂
Good lordy! Has it already been over a week since my last post? When short spurts of time off from my blog happen accidentally, I usually feel a pang of regret…like I have let you all down.
But I want you to know that this time I am HAPPY I took those days off. And that is what this blog is about, right? Happiness and the journey of life in the state of happiness?
To tell you the truth, work has been kicking my butt lately, and by the time I get home from work or one of my brother’s soccer games, I am spent. It’s not that I take the time to relax. I edit some pictures or video, and pass out quite early.
I haven’t even had time for working out…GASP!
After a weekend abundant in friendship and happiness – and a quick trip to the grocery last evening for some healthy foods to start this week off right – I think it is high time for some Happy Tweets for this fine Monday! Don’t you?
Inspiration4U @lnspiration4U “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas Edison