What’s not to be missed?
All the crap that you read about, heard about, negatively thought about, and oh yes…created in 2019!
Thoughts you may still be entertaining about what might have seemed dire in 2019.
All the crap that went on in your house, on your block, around the world.
I mean it.
It’s behind you!
It’s another year, sure only days passed.
But still, what’s there to miss about it?
2019 is gone. Over. Binned. Finished. Yesterday.
And not to be missed!
People who you feel have made your life a living hell.
Any doors that didn’t open for you.
Believe me subconsciously you could be missing them, especially if you think [remember the power of your thoughts] this harassment will never end.
Minor health issues that kept you up at night and which seemed like your worse nightmare.
Once you get used to anything happening in your life, you have difficulty missing it when it’s gone, because you keep waiting for the other shoe to drop.
It may never, so heal this spot instead.
YES!!! There’s more.
The heartaches, the drama, the arguments, the horror, the terrorism.
And check in with your subconscious, just in case things you may miss are holding you back below the surface.
Check for self-imposed triggers, anchors, and rubs. Even voices. You know that pesky negative self-talk!
Things that will be agitated, woke up, and brought back into your mind with little prodding.
The goals you swore you would achieve in six months.
The de-cluttering you said you were going to get to. Ugh!
The new rugs, curtains, new lamp, new carpet, etc.
The promises, promises, promises you made to yourself that you still haven’t fulfilled.
So last year!
The thing you said to someone or that someone said to you. Good grief!
Why are they not to be missed?
Because you can’t get a positive start on “living” your highest and best in 2020 if you miss these things, or whatever you’re lamenting about from 2019.
These blaggards have come and gone, flown the coup, leaving you here in the present moments of…
Say tootaloo, wipe your brow, and get busy living in the now, hopefully already collecting positive memories worth keeping hold of right where you are right now.
So, don’t dilly dally.
Take this moment right now, and ask yourself..
What’s Not to Be Missed For You?
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