You will think that coming back from holidays will make one relax, rejuvenated and ready to face the world again with energy!

Well, that’s what I thought as well until I come back and dive into the real world.

When you’re on holidays, everything is fun.
You eat without thinking of calories, and forget exercise.
We just buy stuff and do all these services justifying that it’s cheaper.
We sleep late and wake-up late.
The only major decision to think about is what to have for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

So you see, our brain (and our body) is in 7th heaven, just pure bliss!

Then you come back from holidays.

If you’re like me, you will go back to work immediately after landing. With only around 4 hrs of sleep.
You will try to survive the day with 8 cups of coffee.
And although your colleagues will complement how glowing you are with all that sunshine and tan you got (if you have nice officemates, they will not talk about your weight gain), deep inside you are like a zombie.

Thinking that it’s just jetlag, you try to adjust to the new timezone for a week.
But it has been 2 weeks now.
And you still feel sluggish and down.

THAT’S WHAT I’M FEELING PEOPLE!

I’m trying to kick-out this feeling by watching inspirational videos.
Psyching myself that all is good and I have a great job.
Family is all healthy. Life is excellent!

Today while driving to work I keep on telling myself that I am rich, healthy and happy.
That it is safe for me to have everything that my heart desires.
My Lord is a very giving God.
Seek and it shall be given to you.

Yesterday, I was reminded how being positive can move mountains.
You know how I love being a life coach to people who is willing to listen, right?
And one of those people is my friend Joy. She is always willing to listen to me.
And I love how I can share my ‘Law of Attraction’ knowledge to her.

Then yesterday, when I was on my lowest, she called me and said how our talks late last year had made so many positive results in her life.
She practiced the things I told her and keep on reminding herself to stay positive and just believe.
I felt like I snapped from my slump and realized that I should practice more what I preach.

Instead of feeling low for not getting the things how I want them, or getting them not soon enough – and being guilty about it, I should be thankful and grateful for everything that has happened and believe that there are more good things coming into my way.

Forget August being the ghost month. Claim that the rest of the year will be your time to be the best!
List down all the things you want to achieve before 2017 ends.
Let the positive energy flow into you while you’re writing things down.
Smile, be thankful, feel the joy.

Read this list every week if not everyday.
Just believe, believe, believe!

And then receive all these blessings with open arms. Woohoo!
Thank you God!

 

 

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