Just get busy…with anything.
If I’m feeling depressed, or stressed and I stay in my room and constantly
think about my problems, that will only make me worry more, give me a headache, giveme wrinkles, and make me look ugly. WHY DO THAT TO YOURSELF?! Go out (even if
you don’t want to) and play a sport, pick up an instrument, call up a friend, build
something. You WILL relax; I
know it I know I know it! It’s very hard to want to buildsomething when you’re worrying about something totally different, but please do
yourself a favor and just try it. IT WORKS TO STAY BUSY!!!!!!!!!!
“Don’t let the Beetles get you down”
Don’t let a st
upid little thing ruin your whole day!b.
Sh*t happens…..to everyone! Learn to say “Oh well”
Think about it:
this “stupid little thing” is something that’ll be long forgotten within aweek, maybe even a day. Just learn from it, and tell yourself it won’t happen again.
Keep positive. Keep positive. Keep positive. That alone
can help you and you don’t
even need to read all these rules as long as you stay positive in every situation. KEEPPOSITIVE NO MATTER WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!! Your body, your mind, your well-being will thankyou for doing that.
“A law that’ll outlaw many of your worries”
90% of the things we worry about will never even happen.b.
By the law of averages, it won’t happen
I’ve always been afraid of dying in an auto accident. Why should I live withthat fear if, after 4 years of driving, I’ve never
been in an accident. I’m not saying
will never happen, but by THE LAW OF AVERAGES, it won’t.
“Cooperate with the inevitable”
The past is the past…you’d be a fool to be thinking about your past mistakes
andbeating yourself over them.
It’s okay to think about the past, but only to LEARN
from it,not to be putting yourself down.b.
“Carry on, no matter what happens. Hide your private sorrows under a smile and carryon.”
Why waste our energy on things we have no control over? It’s stupid…
If I were to have my arm amputated, I would
be asking God, “WHY ME!?” Iwould be mad, I would be sad, I would be miserable. Obviously, I can’t get my arm
back, but it can possibly help me become a motivational speaker, or I might even get tofinally park in the handicap parking space! Yes! Of course it sucks to not have an arm,