It’s so crazy to me knowing that I have instilled a positive routine for myself in Happy Tweets Monday that I never get sick of or lapse on. Sure, sometimes the Happy Tweets won’t get posted until later in the week, but they are always there, week in and week out.
I utilize Twitter as a source of inspiration for myself, retweeting as I see fit, and re-sharing with my readers and myself as I see appropriate. Because, sometimes we need an outside source of happiness, motivation, a kick in the butt, even if ever so tiny. This is my tiny, regular, contribution to myself and the world to do all of the above, and I hope that you enjoy it!
That’s right, guys! I completely failed you yesterday in having no post. Yes, I was celebrating the 4th, but I just plum forgot. I guess that is what tends to happen when I fall out of my everyday routine
So, as a special treat, here are some Happy Tweets to start your weekend off right! Because, let’s face it, that is when we are most motivated and fulfill the most, right?
And if all you plan on fulfilling this weekend is taking care of that long overdue sleep, well, then here are some pleasantries to ponder over the weekend and take in before that evil Monday comes in and abruptly interrupts the calm.
Do you have dreams, goals, and ambitions to fulfill? Is there an ‘OOMPH’ in your spirit and a pep in your step? Are you ‘Roamin 4 Happiness’?
Regardless of if that describes you or not, I want it to. Hopefully these little Tweets o’ Wisdom from the last week will help you start the week off correctly.
So, wipe the bugs outta those eyes, give me the BIGGEST stretch you can, jump up and down, wiggle around, and SMILE! Happiness is within you, and these tweets should help motivate it out of you…or motivate some motivation 🙂
Thanks to my lack-of-attention when I need it most (I am a procrastinator til the very end, and proud!), I have run across a lot on the internets. One of the most recent things I have found is the School of Life. This school actually has 2 branches; one in Australia, and one in England (le sigh…my dream location).
However, they also post many of their lectures and summaries on the internet, so you don’t have to be there in person to retrieve the lessons. ‘How to be a Successful Optimist’ really caught my eye, so I read the most recent post of that series, ‘The Final Principle’.
I would have to both agree and disagree with this article. Agree on the stance that cynicism cannot be a part of moving forward with an optimistic life. Disagree with the ‘TRY’ part. In saying ‘I will try’, you are leaving room for error.
You have one life to live – as have I – and it’s time to live that life to the best of your ability.
Will mistakes happen? Yes. But mistakes and failures will come more frequently when ‘try’ is placed into the vocabulary.
So, I challenge you – as I challenge myself – to not use the word ‘try’.