I have always found myself to be an excitable person. Meaning it doesn’t take much to get me excited.
I am a very passionate, inspired and motivated lady hence I seem to manifest things to be excited about at least a couple of times per day.
I am not a child either. I am a 36 year old business woman and mum of a toddler! Although I love to see the world through my toddler’s eyes, everything is brand new and exciting.
You have to admit as we get older sometimes our lives become monotonous. Groundhog day is the best way to describe it.
I am a huge believer in The Law of Attraction. As I project excitement in my life it manifests into more things to be excited about!
Cappuccino. Need I say more? My daily cappuccino whether it be a sit down affair at a local, air conditioned cafe or a McDonald’s drive through one I can guarantee one thing. It makes me excited!
Morning swim at the lagoon. Ahh the serenity, plus some cardio exercise followed by a meditation float on my back enjoying the morning sky. The cardio gets my body producing endorphins and you guessed it, excitement.
Now it’s not just daily rituals that set my excitement emotion off. Usually the things that produce the most excitement are the ones that manifest with an air of serendipity.
Serendipity meaning the things that happen to fall perfectly into place that makes me feel wow the universe loves me!
A friend saying they are going away for two weeks and I am welcome to use their pool!
Having an article I am passionate about being published!
My daughter doing her first poo on the potty!
Making my favourite roast veggie pies for my family!
Exciting. Exciting. Exciting.
So I didn’t write this article to show off. Although I have to admit I am pretty excited writing this.
I wrote this to ask you to put this philosophy to the test. Do three things in one day that make you excited. This will be different for everyone. Then see if you can feel the roll on effect and have some random things happen to you to make you excited!
Let’s get back to living our lives with the wonder of seeing the world through our children’s eyes.
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