Making A Bad Thing Great

You can choose to live one of two ways in the light or in the dark, on the bench or on the court, glass half full or glass half empty and of course single or in a loving relationship. There is always a choice to be made so let us help guide you to the right one.

Nowadays, with everything being in front of your face and swipe-able, it has made it difficult to decipher what side you truly want to be on and your own unique perspective when it comes to love.

With so many memes and quotes that both men and women are attaching themselves to, one starts to believe most of the things they are reading applies to them. The only problem is a lot of these quotes and phrases are misleading, leaving a single person or even a coupled person confused and thinking they are not enough or their relationship isn’t solid because some meme said you should be doing it “this way”. Please don’t base your happiness on social media memes folks, it is a fantastic tool when used correctly. It wasn’t intended to be the Relationship Police! Your outlook on your current situation will be the determining factor for your outcome.

A good way to make a bad thing great is to start breeding positivity into your thoughts and then watch momentum do its thing. Start focusing on the things you really enjoy about yourself and your partner.
Once you master positive thinking it changes the narrative of your life. There will be days where things aren’t going your way but don’t worry, you are entitled to an off day we’re only human, just don’t dwell in it because that will build momentum too. Remember to pick yourself up and get back to focusing on what’s right and what you do have, because we all bring something great to the table.

Here is a go-to guide to living well (in no particular order)

  • Get good rest! The average adult male and female needs anywhere from 6-8 hrs of sleep

  • Eat well!

  • Make time for physical activity. Whether that be going to the gym, going for a walk or maybe even trying a dance class. Just be active. Plus you never know who you may meet there *wink wink*.

  • Don’t let your job or career get the best of you - it just simply shouldn’t have all of you. You have to leave room for the things you want.

  • Smile at strangers (at least one a day) if not everyone you see. It’s good for the soul and theirs.

  • Tell your loved ones that you love them because even though they may know it, it’s still nice to hear and we all know what they say about tomorrow.

  • Practice being kind to yourself and others

  • Practice focusing on your highs. Truth is, if you don’t have any highs in your life you’re not truly living.

  • Always make time in your day to think about the things you are grateful for. Practicing an attitude of gratitude will transform your life for the better.

  • Fall in love. It is the meaning of life. Feeling love and giving love is what we are all made for.

Lastly, try to always hang around the people that bring out the best in you and start loving yourself for
who you are and not only what you have. The essence of who you are is what people love about you, so
let that shine through. People love happy, confident people, they are easier to be around and easy to fall
in love with so let that person be you.

What is the difference between “I like you” and “I love you?” Beautifully answered by Buddha:

“When you like a flower, you just pluck it, but when you love a flower, you water it daily”

One who understands this, understands life ☺.

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Nicole Scott