Looking out onto the snow-covered streets of Main & Center in Lake Geneva, as the plows pass by, I smiled into my steaming coffee mug in hand and thought, “tis the season…”
For the better part of the past decade, I spent most of the winter just complaining – about the cold, the snow, the ice, the salt, etc. – but not this year!
Potentially defined as, “Purposefully choosing to see things – people, places, things, events, etc. – in a positive way.”
(…let me know if you find a definition, because I may or may not have just made it up…)
Yesterday, on the way home from a property tour, I parked on Wrigley Drive & grabbed my camera. The sun peaked through the clouds just long enough to get some amazing shots with my Nikon.
Check these out, let me know which is your favorite:
It was cold, the wind had a bite to it, but the view was so worth it! Red-nosed or not, these shots turned out breathtaking, and I’m glad I stopped.
This journey has just started, for me, but here are some supplemental articles that support this concept of positive thinking:
- Why Meaning is Everything by Tony Robbins
- Positivism and Cognitive Psychology: A Second Look by Siu L. Chow
- Positivism and its Impact at Workplace by Jklublog
❤ always, Annie Z.
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