After each big event, I feel like things will calm down, that life will be a little less hectic. But, who the heck wants that, really? That sounds boring. So, instead of taking a weekend just to relax, get some things done around the house – you know, things that none of us have done in MONTHS – we decided to take a weekend trip up to see Timmykin’s grandma in Pennsylvania! It was not near enough time, but we packed in as much visiting and exploring as we could. That also meant that I didn’t have my computer on (except a little time to work on Saturday evening), which means no blogging until today! So, I apologize for my tardiness of our regularly scheduled Happy Tweets, but guess what? ANY day is a good day for Happy Tweets! Enjoy!
Whether your weekend entailed relaxing, moving furniture, photo shoots, Disney On Ice, or all of the above (like me!), I hope it was FABULOUS! Now that we are back for the week, it’s time for a little motivation and happiness to pump us up for all of the work, running around, and PROGRESS we are going to make, right? Below, find some Happy Tweets that just so happen to deal with change, progress, and improvement! Because every day is a new day, and every day moves you forward in life, so why not work on always being your best self?
I need motivation more than anything TODAY, so part of me is grateful that I didn’t compile the Happy Tweets yesterday. I was just running around all over the place, and my BUSYness motivated me. Today, I feel like I could fall asleep at any point — even walking around the office! And I just have so much more day to go…
I am not distracted by anything. Except for sleep.
So, for those of you ALSO distracted (by sleep, marriage prep, trips coming up, school, babies, etc.), here are this week’s Happy Tweets to get you back on track to succeed in ALL areas!
Are YOU severely happy? I am. Maybe not to the extent of the protagonist in my very first (student) short film. The quality may be lacking, but the characters are not.
I wanted to tell the story of a young woman who is happy all the time. So happy, in fact, that everyone around her is suspicious of said happiness and, therefore, outcasts her. Even her parents. This is extreme…I think.
But really. Isn’t that kind of how things work? Someone is SO different that everyone bands together to point out those differences? Aren’t our differences supposed to make us special, not just in the “my-mommy-says-I’m-special” sense?
This was my commentary on an unaccepting world. Unaccepting of happiness. Something MUST be wrong with with our protagonist because she is HAPPY ALL THE TIME. Can’t more people be like her?
I have chosen to change my mindset and outlook on life and become a little more like Jezebel every day. This blog is to be my outlet to track my progress as well as – hopefully – inspire others to create a happiness path of their own.