Week 4 Happiness Prompt

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The Week 4 Tap into Happiness Prompt!

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Our prompts are designed to help you think about how you can Tap into Happiness in 2016. Take a quick minute or as much time as you can spare. Jot down your answers in your journal, share them in the comments, or just answer the questions in your head. There’s no wrong way to approach this. The prompts are here to help you in whatever way works best for you.

Conventional wisdom says that many of us start to abandon our good intentions for the New Year — our resolutions if we made them — before January is even over. There’s one week left in this first month of the new year so it’s a good time for a quick check up — while there’s still time to take action to move us toward our goals.

How would you complete the following sentences:

1) The one thing I want to change most is…

2) I have begun to make changes in this area by…

3) I can take the next step in this area by …

Feel free to share your responses below.

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  1. Dawn Tolbert Post author

    Okay, I’ll go first!

    For the week 1 prompt, I wrote: The one thing I’d like to change is to be kinder to myself and to rest in God’s care more. I can be very hard on myself, and this year I want to learn to be happy instead of being so harsh with myself. That kindness also extends to being better about self care — from eating better and exercising more to taking more time to pray, read scripture and trust God rather than acting like I’m the one responsible for everything.

    I have actually made some real progress in this area. Larry and I have been going to the gym together, I’ve been praying more and allowing myself time to rest. I am seeking to trust God more. One thing He is revealing to me is that, for me, there’s a fine line between rest and lazy. Maybe its the return of favorite TV shows or maybe since it’s winter I can just call it hibernating, but I feel like I need to work on restoring balance and to not forget the work I should be doing. My next step will be to schedule time to be productive.

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