Wednesday, December 27, 2017

2017 WRAP-UP

..... UM WHAT? 2017 is almost over? Guess that means it's time to relfect on the year!

In 2017...

I took a journey of self-love- This was the most important thing I did for myself over the year. At times I felt I was completely committed to being more loving towards myself and other times I felt lost and distracted. Yet, the distractions didn't get in my way for long because I always found a way back. My journey with self-love taught me that I am worthy and that loving and focusing on yourself isn't selfish. By learning more about myself, I also could understand others better. There is still so much more to learn about loving myself but I am glad that I have taken the first steps!

God reinforced that he will always be with me- I went through a rough time in the middle of the year. I wasn't myself and I didn't understand that until I looked back. In all the madness of my life, God was with me. As I prayed with him, he helped me understand and be more accepting of everything that was going on. Without God and all the prayers my family prayed for me, I would not have been where I am today. God is with me in the very best moments of my life and in some of the worst.

I gave myself lots of positive pep talks- When there is a lot going on I tend to give myself A LOT of pep-talks. You'll see me walking down campus mumbling to myself... This year and fall term especially I had a lot of anxiety when it came to social situations. My nerves can really get the best of me but pep-talks are really my holy grail. Give myself some positive words and say a prayer if I remember! If there's no one to lift me up I'll do it myself! This year I can't even begin to count the many times I gave myself encouraging words to get through the day. The words I spoke to myself do wonders.

I dream journaled more often- I am extraordinarily glad that I got back into the habit of writing down my dreams. After I wake up from an adventure I write it down in a journal specifically for my dreams. I have always been fascinated by the dreams I have so dream journaling is something I really enjoy doing. DREAMS MAKE AWESOME STORIES. This is something I want to keep doing in the year to come!

The little things were appreciated more- I think I posted more appreciation posts than any other kind of post on my blog this year. I feel like I was always looking out for the "Sweet little things." When this year got hectic falling on lists of gratitude made me feel as if life was more colorful than it felt. The little things in life are some of the most precious things. Bigger moments are 10 times more appreciated when you learn to value the little things as well. 

Moments of 2017...

  • Getting a foot of snow in January 
  • Taking writing classes (Writing 121 and Creative Writing)
  • Seeing friends in Corvallis
  • Preparing for my sister's quinceanera and practicing all her dances with her
  • Seeing all my family when they came to visit in May
  • Sprint and hill running
  • Going to both my cousin's graduations. Two Graduations in one day
  • Finishing my first year of college
  • Playing Cashier for a month
  • Turning 20
  • Summer road trips to the gorge
  • Going to the beach with family friends
  • Dancing over the summer
  • Writing at the park
  • Starting year two of college
  • Attending beautiful December masses 

Music of 2017...

One Republic's Album Oh My My- I listened to this album forward and backwards this year. I loved it so much that I wrote a paper on it for a class assignment and still wasn't sick of it after having pulled out my trying to figure out how to explain how great this album was in words. I still can't write music reviews but I do think this album is really great. Oh My My, Let's Hurt Tonight, and Heaven are surpassing songs from the album. 

Hippo Campus's Album Landmark- I found out about this band from a friend and was hooked to their music from the second it touched my ear. There's something about indie rock that puts me in a happy state of mind. Songs that I loved are Buttercup, Monsoon, Way It Goes, and Simple Season.

Shoff's Album Somewhere Between Nostalgia and Paradise- This album is exactly what it seems like it would be. Very relaxed and WEIRD indie pop. I think I listened to this album so many times because it really made me feel Nostalgic. Eat Your Friends is about as random as the title but it was on repeat over the summer.

Other Randoms-
Grizfolk- Into the barrens and Waking  up the Giants
Ziggy Alberts- Runaway and Days In The Sun
Blanco White- The Lily
Alex Newell- Keep It Moving
DJ Cassidy- Honnor
Mako- Way Back Home
Mr. Probz- Till Your're loved
Pacific Air- Roses

Foods of 2017...
  • Iced ice
  • Waffles
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Smoothies (mainly too soft nice cream)
  • Pesto Pasta

Favorite Posts of 2017...

In a Relationship With Myself- To read more about the journey of self-love I took
Familiarity- A poem that had sweet memories attached to it
A Different Mindset -More about self-love
I Was Not Myself- The hardship of the year

Monday, December 25, 2017

Christmas + Three Gifts In My Life

MERRY CHRISTMAS!! I am wishing you all a peaceful and joy-filled day. Be merry today. Today is a day to put aside the worries and live in the moment. I do think that we should live more in the moment every day but let's enforce that today. Have a wonderful Holidays.

This year for Christmas I didn't wish for anything. When people asked what I wanted for Christmas I simply said that I didn't want anything. I am content with everything that I have and there isn't much that I need. Life should be simple and we shouldn't seek joy out in material goods. Things won't make you happy but the gifts you already have in your life will. 

Three gifts I have in my life:

My family. My family is my back and bone. They help support, care, and uplift me. There is so much family has to offer that most the times I run out of words to tell the world how much I love them. My grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins, parents, and siblings are all so important to me. Without them, I am sure my life wouldn't fill as full as it is now. I don't need anything more than the love I get from them.

A warm house. There are so many people that might have this on their wish lists. I am glad that I already have a house that is warm and protective. A place to call home is something I am appreciative to have.

The blogging community. The blogging community always has a place in my heart. The friends that I have made are a gift. The people who have supported my blog for years are dear to my heart. Without these people, I wonder if I would still be sharing what I love on my blog. Getting love and support from the people who read my blog is one of the biggest gifts I could ever receive. I am thankful for each and every one of my readers.

Merry Christmas to all of you! Enjoy today!

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Two Lies & A Truth

I altered the rules for this prompt just a tad. ;) Olivia, who writes the most beautiful and aesthetic pieces tagged me to do this. Normally, it's two truths and a lie. What you do is write three short excerpts from your life and people have to guess which one is the lie. What I did is told two "lies" and a truth. I say "lies" because I used bits of my dreams and instead of making up a piece of writing. Two of these stories happened in my dreams and one of them happened in real life. Let me know which of these short stories happened in real life!


1- My sister and I were headed to our dad's house but before he picked us up at Fred Meyers, where we always met him, decided to get candy. We threw our overnight duffles in a shopping cart and walked to the candy aisle. Our eyes opened wide as we stood surrounded by all the sweet treats. I imagined the taste of each of the candies, then saw a sign that read two bags for five dollars. We decided to get a bag of Red Vines and a bag of Snickers. On our way to the register, my sister pointed out Fruit Roll-Ups. It had been forever since we had the sticky goop stuck to our teeth. I remembered my mom putting them in my lunch box and enjoying unraveling them. "Should we get them?" I thought of the memories they brought back. "Vanessa hurry up and decide we have to hurry and pay before dad gets here!" I smiled, "Okay! Put them in the cart!!"

2- We sat on the bench outside of the concert hall in late November. I had not seen this person for so long; we grew up together. Ever since the third grade, we had taken turns playing who hates the other more. It was something kids who liked each other but could never admit to it did.

"I don't know why we hate each other so much," he said sounding a little nostalgic.

I leaned into him a little and jokingly said, "Well, let's not hate each other anymore."

He took my hand and pointed out that it was freezing which to that I told him that my hands were always cold and I took my hand back trying to not make things uncomfortable. As we were walking to the dark red seats of the auditorium he said, "You know, I spent all this time exploring and wandering the world but now I don't know if it was worth it." He had just gotten back from his year-long trip to Europe. We were having the first sincere and open conversation we have had in a long time. Sighing I  spoke, " I mean, I spent all this time in college and I still don't know what I want to do," I paused to check if that was true, "I have a general idea but I'm still not sure." He just looked at me and gave me a tight smile almost telling me that no matter which path we walk we still end up in the same place.

3- The ocean whispered in the distance only the ones who were paying attention to their surroundings could really hear it for what it was. Eight teens, including my sister and I, walked through the sand dunes in the early evening moonlight until we heard one of the younger campers yell, "HEY GUYS!!" The small child was running towards us. We didn't want to babysit while we were on break so we all ran. Eight of us running barefoot through the dunes then parting our ways to hide below the crevices of the sand mountains. "Stay down," I told the girl who was hiding with. Peaking through the seagrass on the top of the dunes we watched the black shadow of the boy walk away.

All of the other teens walked out of hiding when the boy was gone. Just as the girl I hide with was about to get up I grabbed her hand and tugged her back towards the sand, "Let's scare them." A playful look came to her eyes as she nodded and asked what to do next. I muttered, "Stay low and follow me." Motioning with my hands GO! we ran behind a new sand dune. As we laid on the sand we heard the group shouting our names. My finger came to my lips Shhhh. "This isn't funny!" "Come on guys!" "Where are you guys?!" Everyone started to walk through the dunes to find us and together we kept moving from hiding to hiding. My heart raced as we went from dune to dune without being caught. This was the most excitement I have had. "On three when they get close enough we will jump out." I could barely see her lips move as she said that. We listened to their wandering until they were near. My fingers came up one by one. One, two, three they read. "RAWWRRRR!"

UPDATE: Number 3 was the truth!

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

PRINTMAKING {Sharing My Art}

Above is most of the artwork I have created in printmaking. I think that this is the first time I am sharing my own artwork on my blog; that's exciting! I took printmaking for two terms and absolutely loved every moment of it. It's a unique form of art considering that it is much more about the process of the plate that you eventually will ink and run through a press. The presses are the kinds that were used for printing the newspapers and even Bibles. This art class fascinated me. 

The first two prints are relief prints. I created a chipboard that contained different textures such as glue, paper, plastic, and foil patterns then rolled ink over the board and ran it through the press. Next three prints are monotypes I made. These prints were made by rolling ink onto a plastic board then wiping away and adding ink to the plates. The last five are all etchings. These copper plates took the longest amount of time to print. Prepping the plate with hard ground, then scratching the hard ground, putting it into acid, then re-working lines. Lot's of work to make these plates but they were definitely worth it. (I know a lot of this doesn't make sense but it's for me to read later when I forget)

I would for sure take this class again. It's so much fun. A little frustrating at times but overall such a wonderful break from classes that have no creative aspect to them.

Friday, December 8, 2017

Christmas Ornaments

These are a few of the Ornaments that hang on our Christmas tree. They were received and made over the years the 27 years the tree has been around. There are more Santas on our tree than anything and lots of random holiday decorations. The Christmas tree doesn't have matching anything and definitely isn't matching or symmetrical but instead holds memories and stories of past Christmases.

Friday, December 1, 2017

10 ways to get Into The Holiday Spirit

 It's the first day of December which means we can now fully embrace the holiday spirit! Here are 10 ways to get into the holiday spirit:

1. Make Christmas cards- Making Christmas cards is the perfect way to be creative and festive at the same time. Writing warm wishes and sending the cards in the mail is the most movie scene worthy thing.

2. Cut paper snowflakes- I cut paper snowflakes almost every year and tape them to the windows in hopes of getting a little snow around the holidays. We don't get a lot of snow in the part of Oregon I live in so hanging the snowflakes to the window makes me feel more hopeful that snow will come. Is it clear that I am begging nature for some snow by hanging snowflakes on the windows?

3. Wear mittens- I don't know about you, but wearing mittens in December makes me feel like I'm in a Christmas movie.

4. Watch Christmas movies- The Santa Clause, Elf, and The Polar Express are some of my favorite Christmas movies to watch. Watching Christmas movies is something you must to do in December. 

5. Make holiday treats- From baked goods to homemade holiday peppermint lattes to hot chocolate. It's all about customized holiday treats to get into the Spirit of the holidays! I really want to try making this recipe. 

6. Spend time around the Christmas tree- Last night I made a hot cup of tea, turned on off all the lights, and turned on the Christmas tree while I talked to a friend. Spending time around the Christmas tree is very relaxing, especially at night. 

7. Take Pictures with Santa- Getting pictures with Santa is something my family has been doing since I was born. As a child, I remember waiting in a huge line and riding the sky train. I miss those days. Now, I wait in line with my sister, and mother, and visit a Santa we have been following around the area for years. 

8. Learn to play Christmas carols- Learning to play Christmas songs on whatever instruments is a special way to embrace the holidays. One of the first Christmas songs I learned on the violin was Joy To The World. It's always been fun to figure out the notes to Christmas songs. 

9. Decorate the house- Putting up the Christmas tree, setting up the nativity scene, decorating the house, and putting up reefs is especially important. Make sure to do these things with your family and Christmas music in the background.
10. Wear comfy pajamas- Comfy pajamas and comfy clothes make holidays the holidays. Does that make sense? Sure, let's just go with it!

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Catching Up With V {Thanksgiving Weekend}

Thursday 23
Excessive amounts of pumpkin pie- This year our family (My mom, sister, and I) didn't spend time cooking Thanksgiving foods. Since it's just the three of us cooking a whole turkey would be a little much. So we bought a pumpkin pie and called it good. 

Christmas movies- Watching Christmas movies on Thanksgiving is one way to relax. We watched Chrismas with the Kranks and A Merry Friggin' Christmas. 

Friday 24
Running- I have been trying to run every other day and Friday was a running day. I ran a few hours after I got up. I ran around the duck pond and did a few sprints which have left me sore. 

Christmas Trees- The day after Thanksgiving our family puts up the Christmas tree. Ever since I was born we have put up the same eight-foot tall Christmas tree. When I came back from my run my sister had already unfolded half the tree's branches which left me to do the lights. Putting the lights on the tree is fun but it makes me dizzy! This was all done with Christmas music in the background.

Errands and Black Friday Sales- I'm not a huge fan of shopping but black Friday deals are something I can jump on and I needed yoga pants and a few shirts so this was a good time to get those items. We also bought a half off priced Thanksgiving cake from one of the bakeries here.

Vivid Dreams- I have been having the most vivid dreams this weekend. I've been in a giant tree house, eating Asian foods, intoxicated by a clown with something I smoked and watched water flood a city on the 30th floor. My dreams have not been dull at all. Dreams are so fascinating.

Saturday 25
Waffles and Ornaments- Saturday morning I woke up to my sister making waffles. We ate waffles and hung up all the Ornaments on the tree. Every year it feels like there are more ornaments than there were before. Together we complained about the number of ornaments we had to hang.

Exercise and Stretching- Since it wasn't a running day I decided to use the exercise ball and then stretch.

Chruch- I always get more and more excited about going to mass as the holidays come around. Christmas mass being my favorite mass.

Nutcracker- Youtube has a great showing of the Nutcracker. I turned on my Christmas tree's lights and watched the Nutcracker. I love the music and the dancing, it's my favorite was to get into the holiday season.

Sunday 26
Homework- For some odd reason I left homework for today, luckily it didn't take nearly as much time as I thought it would. There is just so much to read for Geology. 

Blogging- A perfect activity for a rainy Sunday. Sometimes I like the fact that the rain gives me an excuse to slow down. The whole weekend, in general, has been really restful and peaceful. That is something I am thankful for.

How was your Thanksgiving weekend?

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Neighborhood Walk {Fall}

HELLO. For the longest time, I have been trying to figure out how to put text that isn't a blue underlined link under a photo that didn't have space under it. Does that make sense? Do you know what I mean? Disregard this note if you don't. Note: Write something in the link then deselect underline and link. It was that simple all these years? Blogger. 

I feel like some writing random thoughts that are totally irrelevant to these pictures in this post but before I go completely off topic let me share with you that these photos are the outcome of spending more time doing things that make me happy. I've been pushing to do at least one thing that makes me content every day and I have felt a lot better doing that. I feel more productive than I would if I were only to go to school and do homework. Postive changes.

There are two fall foods that I am in love with right now. The first one is oatmeal with almond milk, bananas, cranberries, and cinnamon. I've been eating oatmeal in the mornings to incorporate better health but I forgot how delicious it is. And the second favorite food is carrot and butternut squash soup. My mother made a soup so wonderful I will have to learn how to make it. A spoonful of the creamed orange soup feels like delicate velvet on my tongue. It's a really beautiful soup.

The Memory Keeper's Daugther by Kim Edwards is the most obscure book I have read. It's a book I didn't think I would get into but a chapter later I was hooked. The secrets, drama, and alluring descriptions have kept me reading. I look forward to reading more of the book every night. I forgot how relaxing it was to unwind with a book before bed.

My mood has been a lot better recently as well. I think it has to do with the little things I have been doing like eating good foods, reading, exercising, and just being in the moment. I feel like these things really are helping me feel not as dull as I have felt in the past weeks. I just need to keep doing things like this. 
I do have weird sleeping patterns I have been waking up randomly at night then not being able to fall asleep for a what feels like forever after I have waken up. Hoping I can sleep through the night without waking up soon!

I honestly can't think of ending words for this randomness. I'll end this post with a random question from a random question generator...

How often do you nap?
I don't. Naps to me seem like a waste of time! Unless I fall asleep in the middle of the day from pure exhaustion, you won't find me napping. I also find it harder to fall asleep at night if I have taken a nap.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Thankfulness Thursday

I'm thankful for sleep. When daylight's saving ended I found it was easier to go to bed at an earlier time. With the darkness approaching at sooner time the evenings feel long. I often find myself falling asleep an hour earlier than I have been. (I'd still be going to sleep at the same time if the time didn't change) Getting under warm blankets is the best feeling.

I'm thankful for music. A few days ago I tuned my ukulele and looked for some new songs to learn. I spent some time learning different chords and enjoying the sound of a newly tuned ukulele. What I did yesterday made me laugh. I YouTube searched karaoke and sang along to a few songs. I use to do that all the time when I was younger! It was funny to listen to my out of tune voice. I got a good laugh out of it.

I'm thankful for kind people. Today, I got onto the bus and saw that almost every seat was full. It's crazy scary to stand on a moving bus that makes abrupt stops. I walked to a girl who had a seat on the inside of her open and asked if I could sit there and she said it was wet. I thought I'd have to stand the whole bus ride but the girl pulled out a tissue from her bag and wiped the water off the seat so that I could sit down next to her. That was such a kind thing for her to do.

Make sure to check out Grace's Thankfulness Series!

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Rainy Fall Days

There is a difference between looking out the window through your own eyes and looking at a window through the lens of a camera. My eyes look at everything all at once. The lens of the camera allowed me to focus on the smaller details and blur out the rest.  I've been looking out the window a lot today. It's been raining non-stop for a few days now. When I pulled out my camera, I didn't think I would be able to take exceptional pictures from the inside of my apartment but I committed myself and took some photos that entertain my mind. 

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Little Things #47-67

47. Falling into deep REM sleep and dreaming
48. Cuddling in a heavyweight pile of blankets
49. Having a seat on the train
50. Colder weather 
51. Sweaters to cozy in 
52. Color changing trees
53. Making more prints
54. Seeing Jamie at college
55. Time to read on the train
56. Hugs
57. Jack Black lip balm
58. Sister and the stories she's telling me
59. October
60. Homework Thursday's
61. Countryside graveyards
62. Socks

63. Hot chocolate and corn tamales
64. Taking to Mom
65. Fishing homework early
66. Cold nights
67. Cloud watching 

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Feelings about College Year Two

The past three weeks I have spent a lot of time on my own and by myself. I've been isolating myself from the world and not allowing myself to grow by being in uncomfortable situations. I've always been a person who doesn't mind being by themselves. The problem with being so invested in your own bubble is that you get so comfortable that you forget how to go about life when you aren't in your bubble. 

I'm freaking out about doing little things ONCE AGAIN.

I have a lot of nervous jitters about starting my second year of college tomorrow. I feel silly admitting that but it's true! I feel like a first grader who isn't ready to let go of mommy's hand and walk into a classroom full of new people they don't know. This is something I wouldn't admit outside of this blog.

Thankfully, unlike last year I didn't make any last minute changes to my schedule or register late. (I learned from those mistakes) Fall term as of right now is seen as a term to get back into the swing of life. It's a time to learn how to be social again and redevelop good study habits. I just have to get past the awkwardness of the first couple of weeks and get over this feeling of anxiety I am having. 

As I read last years post on starting college I can't help but notice how dull I feel about starting college this year. It's not that I'm not excited it's just that worries and nervousness are taking over my thoughts. My mental game is at a whole different level and I just feel off. 

It's been a while since I have written on my blog about how I am feeling. It feels good to check in with myself and see where I am standing. I use to do a lot more of this kind of reflecting on my blog. This is good.

I do doubt with all the thoughts going in my mind that I will get a good amount of sleep but I am okay with that. I'll just deal with the drowsiness with a little bit of coffee. I've got my bag set for my classes tomorrow and my outfit picked out to help make tomorrow morning go smoothly.

Going to be the awkward for a while! Peace out.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Kinder by Caring

After I had met some people who struggled with mental illnesses I found myself wanting to be there for more people. I never understood how much of an impact mental illnesses have on someone's lives until I met people who struggle with anxiety, depression, eating disorders and other mental illnesses. These people opened my eyes to what having a mental illness is like and I am so blessed to have had that opportunity.

Mental illnesses make it impossible for people to stay present in their lives. They make everyday tasks into huge challenges so when someone has to deal with a lot of little tasks everyday one can become very overwhelmed. Staying present in their lives becomes a very hard thing for people to do when they are preoccupied with little tasks that become so much bigger.

Imagine living your life with worries and fears. Fixating over what people are thinking and being taken down by the thoughts in your head. That's a hard way to live. Living in the moment completely vanishes because you are living in the past or the present. It's a hard life to live.

It's important to show compassion to every human being because you never know what they are going through. It's hard for someone to openly admit they are struggling so by being there for someone you can provide them with a little bit of support to make their day easier. Different people will need different kinds of support so just because one thing doesn't work does not mean you should give up and move on. It's about treating everyone like friends so they feel comfortable and welcomed in this world.

Care for others by:
-Telling people if they need anything you will try your best
-Being friendly
-Offering a listening ear
-Sending little notes of encouragement
-Small acts of kindness
-Giving out hugs
-Respecting boundaries
-Telling people how much they mean to you

Suicide is one of the big topics when it comes to mental health but there is still a huge part of society that has a hard time talking about it. All mental illnesses can lead to suicide and that is a crazy thing. Simply said, show your support to every human being and you'll be able to help prevent people from taking their lives. It's all about being kind to one another. 

Don't forget about yourself. Sometimes we put so much focus on other people and things we forget to check in with how we are doing mentally. It's important to take care of your mental health too! Don't neglect yourself. Every once in a while do a check in to see how you are doing. 

Self-care check-in questions:
-How have I been feeling the past few days on a scale from 1-10?
-Have there been things on my mind that are drowning my thoughts?
-How have I been sleeping recently?
-Am I taking care of my personal needs?
-Do I spend time with positive people?

We all matter so much in this world so stay with us and make the world a kinder place. Care for one another and yourself so that we can strive as a community of human beings.


This post was inspired and written in dedication to Elissa. She reached out to a few other bloggers and myself to tell us about how important the topic of staying is in relationship to suicide. I was honored that she gave me the chance to help spread the message. I admire that she put all this together to get her message out! If you take a look at her blog, Letters to Jayna, you will find other works like this one as well as Elissa's story!

Monday, September 11, 2017



I know that a lot of people are not a huge fan of Monday because after a fun weekend no one is ready for the hustle of the week to come but Mondays are important! Without the proper attitude on Monday, the rest of your week will be lousy. Mondays need to be started off positively just like you need to start your mornings.

After the unhealthy habits of the weekend, Mondays are like a reset day. You can erase all the bad habits and start over on Monday but the first day of the week can really make or break the rest of the days to come. Mondays are the start of my fitness and health week. After getting active rest on Saturday and Sunday I make sure to start Mondays with a powerful workout and healthy eating habits!

If you are motivated to do good things on Monday you will be motivated to do good things the rest of the week!

Start off Monday with good habits that will carry on for the rest of the week. Whatever your goals are for the week to come start them on Monday. I can not stress how important it is to start your week with good habits.

Let's say you started off your Monday eating horrid foods as well as not working out. On Tuesday you'll feel less motivated to make good habits because you'll feel like you have already messed up what you thought might be a perfect week. So, when you get to Friday, your week will have been wasted and your goals will remain uncompleted.

This is why we need to make good choices the very first day of the week! So that you can feel powerful and inspired to reach your goals! This doesn't only apply to fitness and health matters, by the way! You can apply this Monday mindset to school and other things going on in your life.

The key to being motivated on Monday is knowing that Monday is the foundation for the rest of your week!

A good Monday equals a good week! I get excited for Mondays because it's a clean slate with lots of opportunities. Mondays to me are really no longer a dreadful day. I actually kind of like Mondays because I have redefined what they mean. They use to be a day I didn't like because nothing would ever seem to go right but now because I have a more positive mindset they aren't so bad.

Find ways to do good things on Monday and you will start to see how much better your week will become! It's all about a positive mindset on Monday and making good choices right from the get-go! This is why Mondays are so very important! 

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