I got a text this morning from a very close family member of mine, Stacy. We've always spent
time together in the past, but over the past few days, I've been by her side almost every day.
Needless to say, she has gotten to know me better than most. She knows that I thrive to be the
best possible version of myself every single day. She knows I try to bring out the best in others.
She knows that I try to find the happy in every single day. Stacy shared the
100 Happy Days Campaign with me. It was my first time reading about it, so I thought
that I would relay the message again. It's something that I hope all people can embrace.
When life gets busier, things get crazier. We lose the value of moments. We lose the ability to appreciate accomplishments. I know that I myself am very guilty of living vigorously and forgetting to stop and cherish certain circumstances. With my dad's death this past week, it has opened my eyes to the what's important: life. My dad showed me what it's like to live and live well. He stressed the concept of time and stressed that life will past before your eyes. He wanted me to always appreciate special moments because I will someday miss them.
Because of my dad, I no longer want to take life for granted. Life is the sole thing that builds bridges toward happiness. I want to make an effort every single day to appreciate something that genuinely
makes me happy. I plan to do that with the help of the 100 Happy Days Campaign.
How?Make it Simple
* Instructions Courtesy of 100 Happy Days *
And you're ready to go. 😊
I'm Ready to Find Happiness in Every Single Day
It's what I need to do now more than ever. I need to get back onto my feet again. I need to find my true happy and focus on all of the bright, wonderful things in my life. I have so much runway in front of me, and I can't lose steam now. I'm doing it for you, Dad. I'm going to make you proud and remain the happy girl you raised and loved. ❤
Are you ready to take the challenge with me?