Posted in words of wisdom

Words of wisdom.

Think back to a time when you were ‘doing you’ to the highest level of ‘doing you’; give it a second you know what I mean. You were ‘outchea’ so to speak, happy, having fun, making moves, everything was copacetic. The insecurity or self doubt you may be feeling now would have never crossed your mind. That was you then and you are still that person now. Put your big girl pants on and make it happen. No second guessing yourself. Boss up and be the leader of your decisions. Know that whatever you chose to do is right, down to to the smallest everyday tasks. You can and will get back to a place of stability. I had to tell myself every morning that ‘today is going to be a good day, I will get shit done, make progress, and be happy with my small accomplishments.” It was hard but you have to find that inner confidence and pull it out. It may be deep in there but it’s in there.

Because everyday could be wonderful,

Leah

Posted in todays reflection

Today’s reflection

Don’t get comfortable being uncomfortable. It is very easy to become complacent with your insecurities and bad habits. We have these problems and chose to leave them alone. We allow them to trouble us, yet we have become numb to their effect. Don’t be lazy! Self evaluate ever so often and address any concerns head on. For me I have gotten comfortable with being anti social. I want friends now that I live in Virginia but I am not making the effort to hangout or connect with anyone. I know that part of the problem is that I am not 100% ok with getting around being that I just got my license. So I made it a point to familiarize myself with the area when ever I get a chance. I acknowledged my problem and took the first step to fix it. Sometime today think about what is a constant struggle in your life and figure out the first steps to solving it.

Because everyday could be wonderful,

Leah

Posted in stay wonderful

what do you have to say?

hey ladies, I want to hear from you! I’m not just all talk I like to listen too. lol If anyone is interested in sharing their story don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to put your testimony on the blog and share your experiences. We can definitely benefit from your words of encouragement. Send me an email (everydayswonderful@gmail.com) or comment what you would like for me to share, I look forward to hearing from you all.

Because everyday could be wonderful,

Leah

Posted in stay wonderful

Be Wonderful

After the tears- Make everyday wonderful


 1. figure out the moral of the story

2. take that ending and turn it into a new beginning

its all about your mind state. keep a positive attitude

3. put a laser focus on your ultimate reality,perfect situation,dream/goals

its not selfish to want better for yourself and to progress through this

4. Micro manage the obstacles that you know you will have to overcome

this is where journaling comes into play. Break it down and map out what you want to do in life and how you plan on getting there.

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5. most importantly BELIEVE IN YOU, LIVE IT,HAVE FAITH IN IT,ACCEPT IT AS TRUE.

 Because everyday could be wonderful,

Leah

Posted in grief

After the tears- find the moral of the story

Bitter sweet may be the only word to describe your feelings at this stage. Bitter because you have lost a parent and were forced to deal with that pain and heartache. Sweet, well it’s hard to even fathom a silver lining in this situation but there is. No more pain or suffering. They are at peace and you can find joy in that. Now it’s up to us to live a healthy productive life that would make them proud and put a smile on their face. Be the best YOU you can be. What are your goals? What are your dreams? what makes you happy? It’s time to focus on building ourselves up. When you are 100% confident in your abilities everything you do will fall into place. In order to be successful you have to have yourself together first. It’s time to take a look at all the life lessons we have gained on this journey and put them to good use.

Because everyday can be wonderful,

Leah

Posted in grief

The Hard Part- dealing with grief

Grief is normal. There is no time stamp on how long we are supposed to grieve, nor is there a proper way to deal with our emotions. It will be different for each of us. Accept that you will have bad days and weak moments. Embrace it, let the tears flow, cry like a baby. You have to let it out. When you are done wipe the tears away, wash your face, take a deep breath, and tell yourself “i needed that.” Continue on with your day. Holding it in is a quick fix. All the pint up emotion and pain will explode in the wrong place at the wrong time sooner than later. You must channel your grief and allow yourself to be vulnerable. soon you will be free.

Because everyday could be wonderful

– Leah

Posted in stay wonderful

A little more than just reading

I am here to guide, comfort,support, and encourage. I want to help you face your grief, work through it, and become a stronger person from it. I need something from you:

1. be open minded

2. always be empathetic to others (we should be able to comment and express ourselves freely)

3. track your progress- journal anywhere and everywhere. Write any and everything, Use your phone, write in a notebook, or on the computer which ever you prefer.

Express your thoughts, feelings, and emotions. When they are written down you can go back and examine yourself. Figure out what was going on in that moment and how to work through it.

4. Never hesitate to communicate with me. Email or message via social media are both welcome. I want to hear from you ! 🙂

Because everyday can be wonderful,

Leah

*(everydayswonderful@gmail.com)