Kennedy Declassified: Spring Advice
by Jessica Jolly
Clean it like you mean it. Remove the cobwebs from your mind and room by letting in new thoughts and fresh air in and engaging in some cleaning. They do say that cleanliness is next to godliness so why to let clutter and the extra baggage we are carrying around clog our lives, make your living space sheen and spring clean!
Get active. Get out of your house and just inhale the fresh air outside. Go for a walk and talk. Run. Socialize. Life is too short to be sitting at home all day every day. Experience what it is all about and how much it has to offer by getting around.
Get into fashion. Stock up on all new trends and styles, for the season. Change is always good, so get out of the blue and try something new.
Meditate and rejuvenate. Everybody’s body requires some form of relaxation to carry out a healthy and sustainable existence. So, make sure that you take out some “you” time where you can strike out a yoga pose, take a nap, or sip some steaming tea, to get you in the right mood.
Keep smiling because life is too short to hold on to grudges. Let go and be free of the unnecessary worries that we collect.
Live in the now. Enjoy the here and now save the planning ahead for another day. Live, breathe and cherish each day to the fullest.
Be Thankful. Be Thankful of the simplest to the largest things God has given you. If you were not able to get something you had your eye on just remember that he knows the right time for you, trust and keep faith in him and he will show you the way.
Get out of your comfort zone and be yourself. Ninety-nine percent of the time we are restricted by our worry of what others will think of us if we are free and be ourselves. Recycling this care of what others think makes us more than halfway there in solving this problem.
Put in all your efforts and do the best you can at everything you do. Life doesn’t always have second chances so do the best you can and give it all in one go!
Reach out a helping hand. If you see, the homeless or needy on the streets put yourself in their shoes and help them. If you are still double-minded donating to them as you don’t know what they will use the money for go out and buy them a meal so they can, at least, have a stomach full of a meal for one meal of the day. Reach out and support those that are not as fortunate in the community and humbly and wholeheartedly serve them.
Have fun. Life has its set of hassles and worries, but it is vital to make the most of it and enjoy it with contentment and gratitude.