Changing your lifestyle takes effort, but it isn’t impossible. Lots of people have done it — people with bigger problems and fewer resources than you.
There’s an old saying: How you do one thing is how you do everything. I would add to that: If you change how you do one thing, you change how you do everything. Each change makes the next one easier. Noble projects have a positive ripple effect in your life and in the lives of those around you.
Sometimes my daughter looks up from doing her homework and complains, “Momma, it’s so hard.” I tell her, “You can do hard.” My response comes from author Bo Lozoff, director and cofounder of the Human Kindness Foundation and its award-winning Prison Ashram Project. “Hard” isn’t the enemy. It feels good to complete something hard. “Hard” doesn’t have to stop her — or you.
Excerpted from the article:
How to Manage Stress: One Change at a Time
by Dawn Groves.
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