How I Overcome “Bad Days,” My Dislike For Sarcasm and Egging On Destructive Thoughts.

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February 18, 2013 by Living Girl Living Foods

So I noticed a large amount of people are trying to read my post on my three beloved kitchen books and creative juicing recipes inspiration. I have a short post here dealing with personal growth and being more careful about taking loving and caring for myself.

Well there’s no way of really saying this without sounding terribly negative at first. Like I’ve said before in my videos, there are facts and then there is this story we add to the facts. Usually when I hear myself speaking about this things the words “me,” “I,” “he/she,” “should,” “could,” then some words with emotions and actions like, “scared,” “stuck,” “push,” and so on. The story we add usually is just based out of fears, hate, self-destruction, loneliness, and everything else we have created in our minds.

I strongly dislike saying I am having a bad day or hearing people tell me I am having a bad day. We can change, everything is in constant movement! Positive thoughts, actions, and intentions create that shift.

Today I got my car stuck twice in random piles of snow that drifted and made it look like suddenly I appeared somewhere that was never plowed.

 

After sitting in my car when I finally got home feeling like I was going to cry I began thinking positive; I’ll make a massive mason jar of orange juice to snuggle with, put on my favorite geeky literary attack shirt, my super comfty super bright sweater, Mary Poppins, and over all I was going to keep my chin up. Just keep truckin’ along!

Negative actions, thoughts and intentions will only shove me down a hole. So lets keep it juicy and positive, please and thank you.

When I seemed to be really zipping around with this idea I noticed something amazing and felt humbled and loved. On Andrew Dornenberg and Karen Page they have a little section of my review of their book The Flavor Bible posted!

Below is a video I created where I discuss my “off day,” the energy I noticed in the people around me, my own thoughts and tendency to take things personally and my dislike for sarcasm. I see it as a weakness and it is extremely harmful towards others and whoever uses such twisted emotions (it’s a half truth but somehow okay because it is a joke).

Here are some inspirational quotes, thoughts, and actions to keep in mind when you feel that negative pull into a black hole…or that’s how I imagine my bad place at least haha.

Except nothing welcome everything.” Not sure who said this one sorry 😡

Eleanor Roosevelt, “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou

Thank you all for sharing this time with me and stopping by my website. I hope this wasn’t too much for any of those trying to catch up with posts. I felt like I hadn’t created a video in a while and I’d prefer to do videos with all the different energy levels I have at times. Have a great week!

Much love ❤ and raw power 😉

Keeping it juicy and bright over here!

Jess

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2 thoughts on “How I Overcome “Bad Days,” My Dislike For Sarcasm and Egging On Destructive Thoughts.

  1. Tammy says:

    Got an awesome new breville this weekend so now I can really be part of your journey!

    • Awesome Tammy! Let me know how it goes 😀 I’ve juiced with a Breville before and noticed that I could juice the pulp again, it doesn’t seem to squeeze all the juice out. Keep me posted on how it goes and congrats ❤

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