Birthday, Birth Month, Birth Year
Yes, friends, it is that time again. Another birthday is heading straight my way, and it’s a pretty big one. The BIG SIX-O.
It is my official duty to announce that I am now in full swing celebration of the BIRTH YEAR. For those of you who are new blog followers, a quick bit of history to get you up to speed.
For over a decade, it has been customary for me to celebrate the BIRTH MONTH. It has worked really well for me, except that February is always the shortest month. Even on a leap year.
In order to compensate, I have been celebrating 30 days before AND after my actual birth date, so as not to miss out on any fun—lunches with friends, presents, cake (gluten free) and ice cream, surprises, etc.
I have decided that since I am blessed enough to still be here on this great planet earth, I’m going for the yearlong party.
I encourage you to join me, no matter where you are in the birthday cycle. Begin celebrating with me TODAY!
Are you living the life you daydream of? Do you have some awesome friends, family members, or a dog, that you enjoy time with on a regular basis?
Or are you living a life of “shoulds” and “somedays?”
My husband (Mr. Non-Compliant) and I are consciously choosing to do those activities we truly enjoy. And no, we are not retiring, at least not today.
He goes to his office and takes the dog. Some days the dog gets to stay with me. I roast far too many green beans for dinner, and he sneaks a HUGE bag of M&M’s home from the hardware store.
He likes chocolate syrup on his ice cream and I like mine plain. Some evenings we work late in our separate home offices and send each other emails. He’s taking a business class and I’m taking a few cooking classes.
And sometimes we leave town on holiday.
The point is that everyday is an amazing gift. If you’re not playing the life game full out, it’s not too late to start.
SO, what will you do today to celebrate YOU?
Some ideas, if you need help:
*Get quiet and be still for 5 minutes (also known as meditating)
*Sing as loud as you can in the car and maybe roll down your window
*Make a lunch date with someone you’ve been meaning to and haven’t
*Sign up for a class or workshop that makes you happy
*Plan your next day off and do something that feels adventurous
If we don’t consciously live our lives, someone else will gladly do it for us.
Thanks for reading and allowing me to be part of your day.
Cheers to you,
“God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.”–Voltaire
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