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Relax your neck and allow gravity to gently pull your head to the right. You should feel a stretch on the left side of the neck. From a kneeling or standing position, reach your left ear down toward your left shoulder. Then rotate your head to look up. From here, place your left palm on the top of your head so that your fingers rest on your forehead; reach your right hand down toward the ground.
Relax your neck and allow your left hand to gently pull your left ear closer to your left shoulder as you continue to look up. Slowly tuck your chin and arch your middle and upper trunk up to round your back. You should feel a stretch in your mid to upper back. Lean your body forward with the elbows on the table until you feel a stretch in the front chest and back of the arms.
Try to eat with the seasons. Reconsider buying bottled water. Take the time to make a grocery list. Pre-cut fruit is going to cost you. Just grate your own cheese. Put down the spice mix. Pinch pennies on potatoes. Take Action Now. Join thousands of Americans calling on Congress to pass Rep. Pingree's Food Recovery Act. Do I get up, or do I stay in bed?
Because what you do determines who you become. And who you become means either your success at achieving your dream or your failure. Choose wisely. It's so easy to blame our small lives, our tiny, chronic failures on our bad habits.
We get sucked into the couch for TV marathons. We get sucked into pizza boxes and chip bags and some of us ehem even get into the habit and then out of the habit and into the habit of using beer or wine "to relax" when the going gets tough. Then we spend all our precious energy on CRAP like trying to lose weight or break these bad habits. What you think about is what you get. If you spend all your time obsessing about your bad habits, your whole life is going to be a Sisyphean task of rolling the boulder up the hill while you resist, followed by getting steamrolled when you get tired and give in.
And yes, I'm speaking from experience. It's only when our habits stand in the way of the life of our dreams that we will be compelled to chuck the now-annoying habits to the curb. Dream big, take action, worry about your habits some other day, like when they prevent you from getting up early. Oh, and see step 3: release fear. Usually our bad habits are nothing more than a tepid attempt at escaping fear, but then we've really gone down the rabbit hole INTO fear when we do things that are self-destructive as an escape.
Release fear, don't try to numb it; it doesn't work that way. In light of this quote, it's possible to boil this post down to three steps: 1. Dream big. Act consistently.
Be amazed as the Universe conspires to help you achieve your dream. When I hear people say they are tired of talking about violence against Blacks, I think: My family and I are tired of experiencing it. The millions of microaggressions against my husband and children, and millions more experienced by our sisters and brothers, nieces and nephews, build pressure and utterly exhaust us.
For my family, and a host of others who have not been physically harmed, we live with unseen scars that bleed out sideways as an overreaction here or a self-destructive compulsion there. The millions of aggressions dealt to millions of humans are becoming visible, witnessed on torturous video broadcast on media channels everywhere. What was emerging, slowly becoming apparent throughout the past century, has now become an emergency.Got a smile that'll hold you together. And a touch that'll tear you apart. When she's yours she brings the sunshine. When she's gone the world goes dark. Yeah she's heaven on the eyes. But boy she's hell on the heart. Once you feel her touch and you've felt that rush. It's gonna mess up your head.