How do I exercise the positive?

Accept only the positive!
Accept only the positive!

I’m a girl who enjoys living a positive lifestyle, fortunate to be doing the things I love best: I teach and I write, two things that I believe will help make a positive change in this generation, if not in the world. At the moment, I’m not connected with only one school or with one company, but I go around, work with different people, interact with different cultures. I love what I do because it allows me to be creative, it allows me to think outside, to be outside without being in a box.

As a result of this, I’m able to do a few more things I love: running, biking, spending quiet mornings and evenings with my family, and engaging in an active, healthy lifestyle. I try my best to live below my means, to avoid excessive commercialism, and to shun materialism entirely. I try to eat good clean, unprocessed food as much as I can and I share what I have with my closest friends and family.

I worship Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior, and I say this with as little pride as possible. While I try my best to follow Jesus’ teachings, sometimes, I slip up as well, just like I might indulge in a few handful of potato chips every now and then. It doesn’t make me less of a child of God. I respect the teachings of other philosophies and religious inclinations, and I welcome these interactions because they allow me to think deeply about my own beliefs. What I love about my relationship with Christ is that I can see things differently, positively, with a huge dose of optimism. For that, I am grateful.


Living and breathing a positive life allows me to love myself the way Jesus loves me. It allows me to fight for what I believe in and apply these values every waking day. Most importantly, it allows me to truly live.

I started this little blog believing that Positivity is an exercise. In order for my spirit to become strong, I have to consciously choose to become positive. Whatever. The. Circumstance. I want to share this exercise  with you. There should be a little of something for all of us: tips for a sound mind, exercises for a sound body, and musings for a sound spirit— everything positive!


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