Day 1 – PURPOSE-DRIVEN

Day 1 of 30 Days of Health
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Lynn Delaney
Lynn Delaney

If I do things repeatedly they become a habit.
My plan is to meditate first thing in the morning. Good way for me to begin my day.
Put on my pedometer and commit to being active every day.
Drink liquids over than coffee, preferably water and/or tea.
Make time for creativity every day: draw, write, make or listen to music.
Think of three things I am grateful for before I go to bed. Maybe write it down.

jenny rivera-cruz
jenny rivera-cruz

I have spent the last few days stressed about my finances and have not been emotionally present for myself or my children and spouse. I can remind myself that my life is meant to serve a greater good by simply being grateful for what is good in my life and knowing that it’s just the moment and the moment will pass!

Debbie Vee
Debbie Vee

As I profess to be a Christian, my time daily with God reminds me that I WAS put here for a purpose. I am transitioning to find new purpose when I retire this year from a lifelong career in nursing. I am trying to picture what my new life goals/purpose is going to look like, if there will be totally new purpose or if my nursing will continue in new ways. I am leaning in that second direction but still not sure if it’s just because that is where my comfort zone is. Time will tell. Just trusting God to lead me in the direction I need to go.

Renae Gregoire
Renae Gregoire

Over the holidays, I actually DID take time for what’s important – my children. But my purpose? That’s a big, strange thing. And intertwining it with my health? That’s just plain old strange.

So — what greater good is my life meant to serve? Don’t I need to answer that question to be able to remind myself of it every day?

Unclear, but moving forward, one day at a time.

Carrie Gretz
Carrie Gretz

Posting on my desk. Creating a page to read each morning and night with my purpose, three action points, goals etc.

Vanessa Sellers
Vanessa Sellers

There are so many things i want to do but i have such social anxiety. I have started taking meds and i hope to be able to get out and do more…i did join my local running group and that has help so much…

Christy Parker
Christy Parker

wow i am so grateful to be back! saw the emails in my inbox and wasnt sure if it was something free being offered, but here i am and LOVING IT! the past few days were hectic cuz of the holidays, but with today being me and my fiances one year anniversary, i can have time to reflect on the past year physically, mentally, relationship-wise and spiritually. i try to remind myself daily that im meant for better, and to focus on the future.

Maria Vandenburg

I have spent a LOT of time in the last few days stressing myself out. I’m worried about work, I’m worried about school, I’m worried about readjusting to a normal sleep schedule (I just traveled half-way around the world in the last few days to visit home). It’s ironic because I feel like I have made so much progress, and then weeks like this one will happen and I tend to be really hard on myself. What I need to do when I start stressing myself out, or worrying about un-necessary sh*t, is to just breathe, focus and let it go. Not be so hard on myself for not being in the present moment, and know that ultimately everything will get done, exactly as it needs to, in the exact ways that it meant to. I might not know what that looks like, but that’s OK. Part of the process is just accepting and releasing that. So how can I remind myself on a daily basis that my life is meant to serve a greater good? I can have compassion and love for myself and appreciate exactly where I am at right now, in this moment. By accepting where I… Read more »

Jessica Uhrlaub
Jessica Uhrlaub

Post a sticky in my locker to remind me not to stress and just go with the flow of things. Take time to enjoy my surroundings instead of rushing threw the day.


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Lynn Delaney
Lynn Delaney

If I do things repeatedly they become a habit.
My plan is to meditate first thing in the morning. Good way for me to begin my day.
Put on my pedometer and commit to being active every day.
Drink liquids over than coffee, preferably water and/or tea.
Make time for creativity every day: draw, write, make or listen to music.
Think of three things I am grateful for before I go to bed. Maybe write it down.

jenny rivera-cruz
jenny rivera-cruz

I have spent the last few days stressed about my finances and have not been emotionally present for myself or my children and spouse. I can remind myself that my life is meant to serve a greater good by simply being grateful for what is good in my life and knowing that it’s just the moment and the moment will pass!

Debbie Vee
Debbie Vee

As I profess to be a Christian, my time daily with God reminds me that I WAS put here for a purpose. I am transitioning to find new purpose when I retire this year from a lifelong career in nursing. I am trying to picture what my new life goals/purpose is going to look like, if there will be totally new purpose or if my nursing will continue in new ways. I am leaning in that second direction but still not sure if it’s just because that is where my comfort zone is. Time will tell. Just trusting God to lead me in the direction I need to go.

Renae Gregoire
Renae Gregoire

Over the holidays, I actually DID take time for what’s important – my children. But my purpose? That’s a big, strange thing. And intertwining it with my health? That’s just plain old strange.

So — what greater good is my life meant to serve? Don’t I need to answer that question to be able to remind myself of it every day?

Unclear, but moving forward, one day at a time.

Carrie Gretz
Carrie Gretz

Posting on my desk. Creating a page to read each morning and night with my purpose, three action points, goals etc.

Vanessa Sellers
Vanessa Sellers

There are so many things i want to do but i have such social anxiety. I have started taking meds and i hope to be able to get out and do more…i did join my local running group and that has help so much…

Christy Parker
Christy Parker

wow i am so grateful to be back! saw the emails in my inbox and wasnt sure if it was something free being offered, but here i am and LOVING IT! the past few days were hectic cuz of the holidays, but with today being me and my fiances one year anniversary, i can have time to reflect on the past year physically, mentally, relationship-wise and spiritually. i try to remind myself daily that im meant for better, and to focus on the future.

Maria Vandenburg

I have spent a LOT of time in the last few days stressing myself out. I’m worried about work, I’m worried about school, I’m worried about readjusting to a normal sleep schedule (I just traveled half-way around the world in the last few days to visit home). It’s ironic because I feel like I have made so much progress, and then weeks like this one will happen and I tend to be really hard on myself. What I need to do when I start stressing myself out, or worrying about un-necessary sh*t, is to just breathe, focus and let it go. Not be so hard on myself for not being in the present moment, and know that ultimately everything will get done, exactly as it needs to, in the exact ways that it meant to. I might not know what that looks like, but that’s OK. Part of the process is just accepting and releasing that. So how can I remind myself on a daily basis that my life is meant to serve a greater good? I can have compassion and love for myself and appreciate exactly where I am at right now, in this moment. By accepting where I… Read more »

Jessica Uhrlaub
Jessica Uhrlaub

Post a sticky in my locker to remind me not to stress and just go with the flow of things. Take time to enjoy my surroundings instead of rushing threw the day.

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