Wednesday, October 15, 2008


I have always been excitable. I'm like a kid on my birthday and Christmas sends me right over the edge. I love celebrating and having fun! I hope I'm passing on the art of celebrating to my children because it's something we all definitely need.

Part of my personality is to look at any progress as an accomplishment. I'm a process person and I enjoy the steps that bring me to my goal. I look at every part that is accomplished as something to celebrate, as its own individual goal. I have been known to stand up and shout, "Yes!" pumping my fist in the air, or shouting with glee when I get excited. That's me, the consummate cheerleader.

So, here's the challenge: How do I stay true to my authentic, celebratory self?

Stay tuned, I'm going to work out and will get back to you.

1 comment: said...

I am finding it is really the little things that are the most impactful. I celebrate life's little accomplishments and rabbit trails which is huge for me because I tended to see them more as interruptions in the past. And yes, working out is great therapy! (Especially after I ate all that Ben and Jerry's last night...)
Hugs, Kathy