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Brittany Nicole

“Is it as easy as telling yourself to be happy? You just tell yourself to be happy and you are?” 🧐 Well no. And yes. But also- Not even close. I’ve noticed that a lot of my friends, clients, and some parts of me are in a “funky funk.” Whether it just be the dark and cold season, being out of routine due to holidays, traveling, etc, or even the “post show blues” and added fluff to the frame. Here’s some advice on “being happy”: 1. Usually for me to be happy, I have to have action behind it. I can’t just tell myself to be happy- I have to ACT. GET UP AND GO. 2. I create mental images, that I can go back to. For example, I link a happy memory with the smell of coffee. Before Baxter passed away, I had a beautiful morning with him. Woke up, got my cardio in, went outside in the snow and sat with a cup of coffee while he played in the leaves outside. I closed my eyes, felt the cool air and snow touch my face, listened to his paws on the pavement, smelled the warm coffee. I took a “photo” of that moment. And now I carry it with me and relive that happy time whenever I want. 3. Keep Energy vampires away- those are a real thing, y’all! If you have been around one, and cut them out of your life, you know that it made a huge difference in your well-being! If I have interactions with people, I always note how I feel with them. If it’s not good, chances are, I keep at a distance. To recap, and hopefully help you if you’re in a funk, put in effort to ACT, go and DO something that will direct your focus on something better. Relive a happy memory- that’s the beauty of memories, we can relive the good ones anytime we want! And protect yourself, be aware and distance yourself from things that aren’t good for your spirit. Happy Friday, y’all! 🐛💫🦋 #limitless
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