I am an addict. I love books and journals. Walking past a bookstore and not going in takes a tremendous amount of willpower. I’ve learned to use the library to save money but sometimes you just have to give in. I ordered #52happylists and #52listsprojects by @mooreaseal #mooreaseal because I have struggled with the idea I can be happy again.
I know it’s just a matter of refocusing but having my supportive friends living thousands of miles away has made it difficult. I’ve wandered and not been able to stay hopeful that my life will change for the better. I know if you read my blog, you understand how depressed I’ve been.
I read about the The 52 lists for Happiness on a Psychology Twitter feed and thought why not. I ordered them on #amazon and as a #amazonprime member, I paid no shipping costs. The challenge now is to stay on task and fill out each list so hope and happiness return. Thanks #sasquatchbooks for publishing them.
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I know you are struggling, but seeking happiness is the surest way of finding it. It probably won’t come all at once, but in stages. Prayers and blessings.
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Hope they help. Books have that pull on me as well.
I hope so. I’ve had to accept the fact I’m going to have to file bankruptcy. I can’t afford the medical care I need. Spent $650 and that includes a discount! Oh well, nothing I can do if I can’t find a job. Just best to accept it for what it is.
It will work out at some point. I don’t know in what form, but God will work it out for good because you love Him.