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Live More, Worry Less April 3, 2021

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Humor, Life Balance, Mindfulness.
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Be a warrior, not a worrier.

Live more, worry less.

Breathe in calmness.  Breathe out worry.

Make the rest of your life the best of your life.

Aah . . . that’s better!

 

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1. Kate Crimmins - April 3, 2021

Upbeat on a Saturday!

nrhatch - April 3, 2021

Yes! I leave all discussions of the pending apocalypse for Tuesdays at 2:37 pm. 😀

Kate Crimmins - April 3, 2021

There’s an apocalypse. Dang! I cleaned the house today. First time since we moved 6 weeks ago too!

nrhatch - April 3, 2021

Woo Hoo! I expect the pending apocalypse is not on the immediate horizon. It will be a few years down the road before Armageddon halts us in our tracks.

In the meantime, enjoy your neat and tidy abode over the rim of a margarita glass. 😀

2. Val Boyko - April 3, 2021

More great wisdom Nancy. Thank you for sharing 😎 I often joke about warrior, not worrier pose in class.

nrhatch - April 3, 2021

It’s such a great reminder since this modern world is designed to make us fret and worry. Far better to channel our inner warrior AND our “maybe” mind.

3. L. Marie - April 3, 2021

You must have been reading my journal with that first one. 😃 I worry way too much!

nrhatch - April 3, 2021

Haha! I would NEVER read someone else’s journal . . . but worry tends to be a tendency that many of us share. Here’s one for you:

Worry is interest paid on a debt not yet owed.

4. joyroses13 - April 4, 2021

Great post, wise words! 🙂

nrhatch - April 4, 2021

Thanks, Carolyn! Have a Happy Easter . . . full of smiles.

joyroses13 - April 4, 2021

Very welcome! Wishing you many smiles too!

5. Erica/Erika - April 4, 2021

Minimizing and eliminating worry is something I constantly work on, Nancy. Breath is a big one. Everything about this post made me smile. Especially the two cuties at the top. Thank you for the moments of joy. 🙂

nrhatch - April 4, 2021

Thanks, Erica. I snapped that shot at the library presentation on Japan. The speaker brought them . . . along with a ton of food:

A Taste of Japan

Hope your day overflows with joy and lemony goodness!

6. Debra - April 5, 2021

My daughter gave me an Apple watch for my birthday in March. It has a “breathe” reminder on it, which goes off semi-regularly and asks me to stop and breathe with it (it vibrates a certain way. At first I thought it was kind of silly, but I have decided to go with it, and use it to refocus on calm. I am certainly all in with living more and worrying less. 🙂

nrhatch - April 6, 2021

Haha! It is kind of silly to think that we have to be reminded to breathe . . . BUT breathing is so intertwined with our health and well-being when we are doing it “right” that it’s worth the focus and the refocus.

Breathe. Relax. Repeat. Ohm . . . .

7. Ally Bean - April 6, 2021

As I’ve gotten older I worry less– or maybe it’s that I worry purposefully now. Focus on what needs to be changed in my life so I can move forward, living more. It’s kind of a circle.

nrhatch - April 6, 2021

When our “worry” causes us to make positive changes . . . that’s creative brainstorming! A good thing. 😀

When we worry about nothing . . . not good. When we worry about something we can do nothing about . . . also not good. When we worry about something that has nothing to do with us . . . waste of time.

But meta worrying (worrying about worrying) ~> still worse! 😆

Ally Bean - April 6, 2021

I’ve met a few meta worriers. I always wonder if it’s a chemical imbalance within them– or if they just like to worry. Of course not knowing the answer to that doesn’t worry me!

nrhatch - April 6, 2021

Smart! Let them worry about it!


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