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It feels like winter these days as the weather is colder and crisper. It now gets darker earlier. There is rain and sometimes snow and many people can go into a little bit of a funk during this time of the year.
It’s easy to stay inside curled up on the nice, warm couch in your sweat pants and read a good book. It’s also easy to blow off your regular workout when it’s too cold to go outside.
Sometimes this time of the year brings about stress as you look back on the year, review your successes and dust off that New Year’s resolution list from the beginning of the year. For some, it is a reminder of what we didn’t do. For others, it is a time to be excited about what the New Year brings.
Here are some things you can do to get out and get going:
1) Get Moving – The cure for anything is to get into action and get moving. Use the cold weather as a time to take a workout class indoors.
2) Read A Good Book – Instead of staying home and reading a good book, go to your local bookstore, grab a cup of coffee and cozy up there.
3) Play In the Snow – Plan a weekend ski get-a-away and embrace the snow.
4) Cheer Indoors – Go to an indoor sporting event or concert.
Whatever you do don’t use the cold weather as an excuse to stay home. Instead get your creative juices flowing and find fun things to do.
You just might find Mr. Right while you’re out in the cold. Then you can stay in and snuggle up on the nice, warm couch—together.
It’s your time to have it all, isn’t it?
Although you may not have found love in your romantic relationship yet, you may have cherished relationships with other people in your life: family, best friends, business colleagues and others.
There are probably some common qualities about these relationships that make them feel special, deep and wonderful. Take a moment to think about what makes these different. Why do they make you feel good? When you have great news to share, who do you want to call first? Why?
The qualities and characteristics of these important, trusted relationships are more than likely to be clues about what you’d like to experience in your romantic relationship with Mr. Right. They can help you determine what’s valuable for you in a loving, supportive, fun and long-lasting relationship.
If you’ve been looking for Mr. Right and have continually settled for Mr. Not Quite Good Enough, take the time to recognize what factors contribute to a great relationship for you. It’s different for everyone. You have all the helpful hints you need, hidden right there in your other meaningful relationships.
Have you ever heard the quote: “Today is a gift, that’s why they call it the Present?” We like to think that your present relationships are also gifts.
Use these gifts to discover the best path to Mr. Right for you.
After all, it’s your time to have it all, isn’t it?