i’ve been doing this pretty regularly. Early in the day or midafternoon, i write down what i’m happy or grateuful for. It makes me feel good at the end of the day, and gives me a way to document progress for other goals. For example it could be that in one day two ladybugs crawled on me, and that’s a sign of luck, or that i felt the sun on my skin or had hot water to take a shower with, things that we normally take for granted. Every night i walk home i am grateful that i am safe, and when i workout i sometimes smile being grateful that i have legs to complain about how my legs are in pain after kickboxing. It just makes me more aware of what i have and the little things that make me smile and it’s nice to look back on as well.
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i love going to the park. i’d like to go more often during the week, swing on the swings, sing, walk,run, jump rope, blah blah blah.
Do something non school related. i need to have fun,too. i am going to a dance performance at the end of the month so that should be fun.
Reading the perks of being a wallflower has also been really uplifting. The protagonist Charlie reminds me so much of myself at that age. I particularly like the part in the book when Bill says something to him about using thought in order not to participate in life and that really resonated with me.