2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-July Edition

July moved so quickly, and soon we will be in August. That means that half of the year has come and gone. Where has the time gone?

Movement has really hit me this month. Have you ever found yourself complaining about completing a task? I have. I have learned that it is easier to complete a task than it is to blab about completing the task itself.  That has happened to me time after time this month. I have found that I can complete more by just finding the energy to complete the task instead of complaining and walking away only to do it later.

I have more energy completing a task instead of walking away. It has helped me with my weight lost too. I am beginning to feel better about my body and how I look. 😊 I still need to keep an eye on my weight, but that is good health management anyway.

Patience has been hard. As you may or may not know I am working on starting my own freelancing business. For me to do that, I must work with my caseworker from a organization called, Vocational Rehabilitation. Every time I have a project or an idea I have to go and present it to my caseworker for them to approve it. This is true with my project. Just know that I am getting closer to allowing me to publish this project. I am very excited to be getting closer to letting the public see it.

Positivity has been a big part of my life this month. I have gotten some very special packages in the mail from some of my friends. I feel so amazing knowing that people care about me. I care about them too. I send letters to them from time to time. I found that being positive has helped my anxiety and depression quite a lot.

Remember you can achieve your dreams and goals! I believe in every one of you. 😊

 

Published by Amanda Gene Harris, author and owner of Harris' InkWell

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene Harris, and I am the owner of Harris' Inkwell. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

5 thoughts on “2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-July Edition

  1. In practice management seminars I’ve attended they sayrge same thing. It’s easier to do it now than to do it later. Wishing you the best in your venture. I know you’ll be good.

  2. Days seem to go by soooo fast! I also have to make a list to get the things I want to get done. It feels good through checking off the things I have accomplished. Looking forward to seeing your public project.

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