Take a swing at those curve balls.

Pitcher Preparing to Pitch BallIt has been eons since my last post, but as the new year approaches, I wanted to thank you for being a part of the Crankiness Crusher community, whether it be by reading my infrequent posts or by joining me on my Facebook page (where I update daily, by the way!).

I wish you many positive things for the year ahead, but most of all, I want you to enjoy the life you have while continuing to shape it to be exactly what you want. While life will undoubtedly throw you many curve balls, each day offers a chance to take a swing at them, and figure out the best way to finally reach your home plate of happiness.

Keep in mind that happiness isn’t always apparent. Sometimes you have to look for it. Realistically there’s always something good to be thankful for, even if it’s something as small as appreciating a nice e-mail that someone sent you or as meaningful as a hug from a person who truly cares for you. Look for the good in each day, or your “Crankiness Crushers” as I like to call them. They will help bring you out of a funk, lift your spirits, and they’ll help you spread positivity to those grouches out there who really need it!

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Michele Busch
    Dec 28, 2012 @ 17:58:28

    ahh nice words! Thank for the cranky crusher post it has been eons!

    Reply

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