Tag Archives: joy

When can I start enjoying life?

Originally posted on zacalstin:
I was taught as a child that if I just endured, shared in the burden, and patiently helped out, then we could all relax together when the struggles and the chores were complete. I was taught that it was selfish to be happy and feel good and enjoy life when other people are… Continue reading

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The Joy of Silly

Originally posted on Foodwinejunkie’s Blog:
When did you stop being silly? Was it at age seven when your Mom told you that you were too old to run around with your older sister’s bra strapped to your head? Or was it at age thirteen when upon entering junior high, a group of kids laughed… Continue reading

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Why Lisa started her blog

So here I am writing a blog about the things I love and how to actually feel good about it!
https://www.simplebylisa.com/why-i-started-my-blog/
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The Most Common Excuse

Originally posted on Defining Yellow:
“I don’t have time” – Everyone As much as we might hope or expect it to, life is not going to slow down so you can finally start your project, finish your book, take that trip or get some alone time. We all have the same amount of time in the… Continue reading

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Inward Joy, Outward Expression

Originally posted on Still Finding God:
My sister came to Mass with us today. The parish was welcoming those who are coming into the church. The group consisted of people from young children to older adults. They were very serious as they recited their words. I’m sure they were nervous being up in front of… Continue reading

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