Self-Care Challenge: Make it Positive!

Time to "Make a Change - Make a Difference"!

Challenge #12

Turn a negative into a POSITIVE!

For one day or five days or everyday, start turning your negatives into a POSITIVE!

This can be one of the toughest challenges yet, but I know you are ready for it.

  1. Wellness begins in the heart and with a positive attitude.  
  2. We often dwell on the negative, forcing ourselves away from the beauty of what might really be happening.  
  3. Problem is we have our own expectations and agendas which may not flow well with others.  
  4. Remember to let go, let God...
  5. Know your limits and controls, learn the serenity prayer.        
  6. Many times, a negative situation will be something you look back on and laugh.  
  7. Remind yourself that energy is limited and best spent on positive living.  
  8. Staple it shut, throw it away, and smile as big as you can!   
  9. You've got this!  

Take action toward wellness with the Health Storylines App by recording your feelings in the MyJournal.

While often associated with AA, this prayer is one that every person should learn and abide by.  Our lives are better because of it: 

God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change; 
courage to change the things I can; 
and wisdom to know the difference.

Time to Bloom!

"I am worthy of a healthy life"

1.     Carefully and with intention be aware of negative energy and turn it into a positive. 

2.     When positive becomes habit, living with MS will be better.  

3.     Make a change and help yourself to a healthier life. 

4.     Record feelings in My Journal

5.     Share the moment:  #selfcareMVMT

We waited months for schedules to mesh so we could pet an owl, but the owl had to go to school!  So we got photobombed anyway.  #takeTHATms! 

Let these intentions carry you away into a beautiful positive life.  


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Because together we’ve got this!

#challenge #dowhatyoucan #spon #takethatms 


Smile at the World!

Register at the Health Storylines App,  

use the My Journal tool.


brought to you by Caroline Craven, GirlwithMS, Self-Care Catalysts and Health Storylines

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