Some Inspiration From an 8 Year Old

Having trouble letting go of something? Maybe it’s time to take the wise words of Maura, the 8 year old, into account: “Sometimes you just need to take a nap and get over it.”

Take a nap. Leave it all behind. Start fresh. Live for now.

Wishing all of you Happsters love and happiness on this beautiful Sunday!

How do you let go of something that’s bothering you? Let me know in the comments!

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23 thoughts on “Some Inspiration From an 8 Year Old

  1. Go for a walk with my dog Maggie. Take a drive. Talk with someone I trust to work through the problem and seek wise counsel. Let go and let God help me through the tought times.

  2. I’m in like mind with Redneck Garage, I go for a walk with my dogs. I have a Mini Aussie shepherd, Rascal, and a Blue Heeler Mix Dolly. They remind me that I’m loved, and that if it isn’t about them…it must not matter. πŸ™‚

  3. 1. Take a big deep breath.
    2. Go outside for some fresh air.
    3. Take a drive.
    4. Do the dishes. Do the laundry. Or do some other mundane household chore to keep your mind going.
    5. Practice yoga.
    6. And sometimes, you just need to go into a closet or a bathroom, close the door, lock it, and then just let out one big, long, scream.

  4. How do you let go of something that’s bothering you? This is a good question and have read all your comments. Well I simply divert myself to other and try my best to live in present moments. πŸ™‚

  5. Kids do say the best things! Oh, to be free of these filters we build up as adults and be able to view the world from the eyes as a kid again. I miss that, I really do. That Maura is one very smart girl.

  6. I honestly think you have the BEST blog on the net. Obviously, there are some other fantastic ones, but yours is the only one I’ll read every time I get a notification! No matter how overwhelmed I feel, I want to see what you have for me!

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