Thinking About Tomorrow #sharegoodness #spreadpositivity

In a world where everyone is connected by social media and it’s become standard to use it to “air your dirty laundry” as my grandmother would say, made me really appreciate this quote.  Everyone these days seem so quick to hit social media to complain about everything from service to weather. They write status updates and tweets about everything that went wrong instead of looking for what went right. Next time you start to complain about something that went wrong just stop!! take a deep breathe and think about everything that went right.  I bent not only will you feel better but it’ll make your day seem a whole lot happier.

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  1. Thank you for the reminder. I love these positive words. It’s a great way to start the day or end the night (evenings are usually when I do complain!)

  2. This is so true. I try to keep my life more private these days.

  3. I agree 100%. I really try to be positive in my life and hopefully, on social media. I tell my kids when they’re complaining to stop telling me the problem and start looking for a solution.
    🙂
    Traci

  4. What a great quote, It’s absolutely true! I try not to complain on social media and will stop and think, “Is this worth being mad about?” I usually just let it go and move on.

  5. Thank you for the great reminder and a beautiful quote, I really need to be a positive in life even though we had a difficult problems, stay strong and positive in life

  6. This post was a great reminder that we need to learn from yesterdays mistake, and move forward in a positive way. When i catch myself exhaling about the something in a negative way, I know something is wrong. Thanks for sharing,

  7. I need to remember this advice. I find myself going back to some bad things with in my family and instead I need to be positive and move forward. Thank you!

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