I was feeling overwhelmed and stressed out over the amount of work I had. I was in a funk and complaining a lot about the house work and the pressures of being a Mom and a wife. Most days I was great but I had a short fuse.
Then I broke my collarbone and I was not able to use my left arm or hold anything heavy, including my toddler. I felt depressed and sorry for myself.
As time went on I started to feel better and started to do more around the house. The chores I dreaded were now rewards and accomplishments. I gave thanks for everything I was able to complete.
Today I’m happy to report that I’m healed, and back to my normal routine. The things I use to complain about are the things I am grateful for. I give thanks to my strong body. I give thanks that I’m able to hold my child again. And I give thanks for my wonderful husband.
My complaining was clouding my thoughts and sending negative affirmations to the universe blocking what I want in life: health, peace, and happiness.
Studies show that our thoughts create our reality. Take a moment today to quiet your mind and make your thoughts your blessings.