I am enjoying time off and smelling the roses (or in this case, the cherry blossoms). Giving my brain a break from routine and work to just enjoy other things is essential towards staying positive. It’s all a part of self-care. Downtime enables you to recalibrating and bouncing back better. It also lets you avoid burnout. So take a break, go outside and enjoy life.
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This Monday morning I have just felt something in my spirit to write this affirmation. I want to have a great week both personally and professionally.
Affirmation: Here’s to a wonderfully productive and peaceful week full of favorable outcomes and full cooperation.
At first I was reluctant to share my affirmation because of the holiday, however, I’ve told myself I can always reshare it again tomorrow and the next day. I can recite affirmations at any time. Don’t be constricted by when and what time you share them because affirmations are good for you.
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Happy May everyone! I have returned with an all-new issue. And with this being May and us being on the cusp of summer, I hope that your 2017 is heating up! My newsletter is always here to help! As always I am bringing you the best in positive change because I want you, name. to experience way more of it.
You have to start somewhere. If you are currently in a funk this May, here’s Success Magazine article giving you 7 tips on achieving a positive mindset.
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Hey everyone! I know that I have been hiatus but for good reasons: a lot of positive things have been happening over here. I am very excited to return to PositivityChange because I know that you probably have been experiencing the same amount of positive change that I have. And, if you haven’t, well, that’s what this newsletter is for! Our mission is to help you manifest positive change in both your personal and professional lives. That’s also why I’ve named this newsletter ‘staying positive past the first quarter’.
Staying Positive Past the First Quarter
I know that for some, the New Year’s luster has worn off and 2017 is looking and feeling like 2016. That’s why I’ve included Positive Change Guru’s article about how 90-day goals will change your life. The editorial board wants you to have a better 2nd quarter than 1st quarter.
Freebie Alert : Positive Self-Talk Worksheet
If you need a more immediate pick me up, here’s a self-talk worksheet from my second favorite social media platform, Pinterest! This worksheet will help you navigate through all of the negative self-talk replacing it with positive self-talk.
Be on the look out for more positive change articles on the blog site this week and April. We have a lot of articles, resources and podcasts coming this second-quarter!
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When Negativity Rears Its Ugly Head, here are the five ways to stay positive!
We all have our ups and downs. No matter how positive we try to live our lives. We here at PositivityChange truly understand this which is why we provide resources to guide you through a rough patch. Here are my 5 ways to stay positive:
- Have a positive support group
Being superman is the worst thing to do right now. That’s what friends are for. And if your friends are responsible for the negativity, that’s what meet-ups and support groups are for! Find a positive support group that will help you through the storm. We have a Facebook group that will help you accomplish this.
- Express gratitude
Be grateful for something, anything. Expressing gratitude stops the continuous negative thoughts. You don’t want to stay down. Expressing gratitude is the way to start climbing out of the pit of negativity.
- Find ONE thing that’s positive
I know that being a negative slump can be nasty at times. To halt the slide, find ONE thing that’s positive about yourself and your situation. Finding this one thing is your way of regaining control of the situation.
- Get some exercise.
Exercise is a way to shifting your energy. I walk every morning and it releases yesterday’s energy. In addition, I shift and re-center myself before work and the day gets started. Exercise has very good health and mental benefits. Moreover, exercise helps you focus on something different.
- Be pro-active and start planning your exit
You cannot stay negative because that’s regressive. You need to be progressive. Sometimes you have to leave your current situation when things don’t change. I know that it’s hard when it is a workplace. That’s why this step is planning your exit from negativity. Even if it is a lateral move to another department, get away from people, places and situations weighing you down.
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