You know it’s one thing to have a perfectly neat and organised house (yeah like that will ever happen) but there’s more to having an organised life than having a tidy house. I need to organise my head!
I’m a big believer in positive thinking, in enjoying the moment and taking time to be happy with today and not waste time worrying about tomorrow or worse stressing over yesterday. The only problem is… I suck at those things… a lot!
I am an optimist, I always hold out hope that things will miraculously work out for the good of all, often when all hope is lost, but I am also a worrier. It is genetic. I inherited worry from my grandfather and I am not the only one to suffer from it on my Mum’s side of the family. I need to work extra hard to think happy thoughts, to look on the bright side and to enjoy what I have… because seriously, I have a LOT of great things in my life.
I read a few slightly hippy-la-la blogs (and I mean hippy-la-la in the nicest possible way) about attracting good things into your life, about ways to think positive and capture happiness. One such blog I like a LOT it Carole’s Rejuvenation Lounge… oh how I wish I could jet off to Bali or the Gold Coast for a bit of rejuvenation – but failing that reading her blog is almost as good, and a while back I latched on to an affirmation that she posted… of course now I can’t find the exact post but I know it is there somewhere… I think…
The affirmation is simple – “I bring joy and abundance easily into my home”.
I like it to a nice all encompassing my life is good and it will stay that way kind of reminder… except I kept forgetting to think/say it. So I made my own little personal reminder…
I whipped this up last week, coloured it today and printed it out to stick in the middle of my messy and overcrowded pin board. If I look up from my desk it catches my eye and reminds me. If you like this affirmation and also need a little reminder, you can download this design here.
It comes as a .zip file which includes an A4 sized image (as above) in .jpeg format, ready to print out. If you are a digiscrapper it also includes the word art and the frame as two separate .png files for you to use on your layouts.