Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Count the small things

Success builds upon success.

Right choices build upon right choices.

That's the principal bouncing around inside my head today.

What's the application? Find and embrace your small daily accomplishments - each decision you make to do the right thing. And let that fuel you forward to keep up the good work.  Don't break the chain.

So with that, I'm heading to the gym ...


What accomplishment or positive step can you celebrate today?

10 comments:

  1. Well, I haven't eaten too much. That's always a positive. And I have made it three days in a row of my newest blogging adventure... 25 days of thankfulness about my mother. I am more proud of the latter of the two. :)

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    1. What a sweet tribute to your mom!

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  2. I am moving today. I am beginning new exercise program and church :)

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  3. What a great idea Tamara--and what a great blog! I've bookmarked it!

    I'm determined to do five things -- big or small -- to promote my Christian newspaper every day. Instead of a star I'm listing the things I do--it's very motivating to number and write them out.

    My "star" challenge -- "starring" the day and not breaking the chain -- is flossing my teeth. Not too exciting...but something I need to get into the habit of doing.

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    1. Your dentist is going to be amazed at your next visit, Shelly. :)

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  4. Hi rachel: Thanks for your inspiring blog. I am celebrating the fact that I started blogging yesterday and posted my second post today. My blog is called truthgraceandlife.blogspot.com. If you have the time could you please check it out. I am also celebrating the fact that although I made a delicious 3 layer carrot cake complete with cream cheese frosting for my son's birthday on October1 I only ate one piece of it.

    God bless,
    Anna

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  5. I am praising God for the small things too. A new pair of shoes, a Sweetie that loves me and family coming to see us soon.

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  6. After seeing your post on fb yesterday afternoon, I was moved to go run rather than thinking about going for a run. I did go run and it felt so good - woohoo!! I'm also still on my organizing and cleaning out streak, Rachel, thanks to you! I'm on a roll and don't want to stop . . . although my family wishes I would : )

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  7. I'm thanking God for life and letting me stay here to witness my oldest daughter's wedding on November 17th to a man that I believe God intended for her.

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