HAPPY POSITIVE TUESDAY Y'ALL!
If you've followed my Facebook page for a while, you're probably familiar with Positive Tuesday: the weekly reminder to look at the brighter side of things, drink from the cup that's half full, or just have a higher electrical potential (if you're a science nerd like me)!
BUT MAYBE YOU'RE WONDERING WHERE POSITIVE TUESDAY CAME FROM? WHAT'S THE BACK-STORY?
Positive Tuesday is the brainchild of my friend and inspiration, Andy Pants. He started trying to bring more positivity into his life when he was on the road with various punk bands in the late 90s and early 2000s. In his words he states that, "Yes, life is difficult. But, if we can choose to be positive and kind - even just for one day of the week, things can get better."
Every Tuesday I will be posting my positivity. My gratefulness. Reminding myself and others to lead a positive life. So, today I want to say a big, fat, THANK YOU!
Thank you everyone who has believed in me, supported me, and trusted me. Thank you to my teachers and mentors over the years for inspiring me and passing along wisdom. Thank you to my amazing boyfriend and parents for not thinking I was crazy to quit my job, go back to school, and learn Chinese medicine. Thank you to my patients for sharing your stories with me and allowing me to join you on your health journeys. And thank you to everyone who has visited my site so far. My website has been live for just over one week and the response has been fantastic. I am thankful and grateful for your kind words and positive thoughts and am sending posi vibes right back atcha!
WHAT ARE YOU GRATEFUL FOR TODAY?
As, Andy Pants says, "The math is real simple, you get what you give." So go out there and give some positivity. You might be surprised what the world gives you in return.
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