Day 3619: Mind changes

I’ve been going through mind changes about several things lately, including:

  • home remodeling details,
  • a support group I’m trying to get started for the doctors where I work,
  • balancing my needs with other people’s needs,
  • social media,
  • prioritizing contentment over happiness,
  • food choices,
  • exercise,
  • masking, and
  • travel.

I have NOT been going through mind changes about my core values, which include authentic connection with others during the precious time we have together on this earth.

Do you see mind changes in my images for today?

Originally I was going to call this blog post “The Little Things,” but I had a mind change about that.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “mind changes.”

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Thanks to all who experience mind changes, including YOU!

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8 thoughts on “Day 3619: Mind changes

  1. I’ve changed my mind about saying ‘no’ if that’s what I am really feeling. Beginning to realize I don’t have to placate others at the expense of my own happiness/peace of mind. 💪

  2. I haven’t changed my mind about much, which makes me wonder if I’ve turned into an grumpy old lady.

  3. I am so glad to hear that you may be able to support doctors. In the past year, two doctors I know attempted suicide, one a relative and one a friend’s son. One recovered (with permanent injury) but it will be impossible for the other to recover as his injuries were too severe. Nobody guessed either of them was feeling so desperate.

  4. Accepting change used to be very difficult for me, and I won’t deny that sometimes it still is. And yet I’ve found that things like places I once knew closing or changes at work can be opportunities to try or learn something new. It makes accepting change a lot easier.

  5. I have changed my mind about how I spend my time and who I spend it with. I know that life is short and choose to spend time with those i feel connected to in some way.

  6. puella33

    I was tempted to say education is a mind changer, but then I thought of Ted Cruise, who has a Harvard education with antiquated values, so I changed my mind.

  7. I am often resistant to change in word usage, e.g. when chairman was dropped for chair and I refused to accept that I was an item of furniture; sometimes I accept change, more, or less reluctantly

  8. I’m trying to accept some of these feelings of getting older as a certain birthday marches toward me, Ann.

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