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Be yourself; everyone else is already taken

Hello everyone today,

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been hunkering down for 45 days. Dan and I are still staying positive and keep enjoying one’s company.

Organizing and keeping track of our foods, for we order our vegetables and fruit every other week and our fish once a month. This is all new to me, for I was used to just packing up and walking to the store when I ran low. These days I have to figure out a system that our food will last for two weeks. So far, it’s not so bad, for I have a supply of beans and rice. I have a second option when I run out of vegetables and fruit; I turn to beans and rice. I have a supply of beans and Dan loves that for it reminds him of the food he would order at restaurants in Mexico.

Be yourself, for we were created to be who we are. There was a purpose and every one of us were created perfectly to be who you are. I grew up with three sisters and when I was a kid, I wanted to be like two of them for they were smart and never had to study. When I had to really study, even though I studied my grades were just average. I admired their ability to not have to study as hard as I had to. But now, years later, I still admire them; however, I’m blessed with my live with Dan and our daughter.

Being yourself also means being appropriate and respectful. Don’t let your personality type be an excuse for not making an effort. Maturity means taking stock of the situation you are in and making others around you feel comfortable.

Each and every one of us has a destiny, a true-life path, a deeply significant soul mission. When we innocently listen to others and try to conform our lives to their expectations, we come out of alignment with our ultimate life purpose. It’s not that we choose to deliberately walk the wrong path, instead, our fractured lives are the result of unconsciously conditioned autopilot living.

1. Take responsibility for your happiness

2. Get out of your mind and into your heart

3. Deliberately remove unsupported and toxic people

4. Stop avoiding yourself

5. Accept yourself and stop trying to be “likable”

6. Learn how to say “no” and walk away

7. Connect with your feelings more

8. Forgive yourself

9. Be honest with yourself

10. Dare to dream

We need to except who we are and just challenge what you were made for. Enjoy, the you and go forth to conquer the world with your talents.

Your personality influences everything from the friends you choose and how you handle situations. Yet many people never really spend much time thinking about their personality traits.

Understanding your personality can give your insight into your strengths and weaknesses. It can also help you gain insight into how others see you.

Most modern-day psychologists agree there are five major personality types. Referred to as the "five factor model," everyone possesses some degree of each.

1. Conscientiousness.

People who rank highest in conscientiousness are efficient, well-organized, dependable, and self-sufficient. They prefer to plan things in advance and aim for high achievement. People who rank lower in conscientiousness may view those with this personality trait as stubborn and obsessive.

2. Extroversion.

People who rank high in extroversion gain energy from social activity. They're talkative and outgoing and they're comfortable in the spotlight. Others may view them as domineering and attention-seeking.

3. Agreeableness.

Those who rank high in agreeableness are trustworthy, kind, and affectionate toward others. They're known for their pro-social behavior and they're often committed to volunteer work and altruistic activities. Other people may view them as naïve and overly passive.

4. Openness to Experience.

People who rate high in openness are known for their broad range of interests and vivid imaginations. They're curious and creative and they usually prefer variety over rigid routines. They're known for their pursuits of self-actualization through intense, euphoric experiences like meditative retreats or living abroad. Others may view them as unpredictable and unfocused.

5. Neuroticism.

Neurotic people experience a high degree of emotional instability. They're more likely to be reactive and excitable and they report higher degrees of unpleasant emotions like anxiety and irritability. Other people may view them as unstable and insecure.

I know that, some days I feel my personality change which is good for it changes with Dan’s. Maybe, this is why we both get along so well.

Your personality can also control your health. How stressed or angry you are, and how you interact with the world, is contingent in large part on your personality style and that is going to have an enormous impact on your health. This is why you can be you, but the best you; by understanding who you are and be happy.

Dan and I have learned this through experiencing with being diagnosed with cancer. Through this disease, knowing who we are and our personality, we have controlled our traits while enjoying who we are.


Good morning Thursday 🌞 Love ❤️ is the harmony that makes the world sing 🎵🎶🎵Love must be learned and learned again and again, there is no end to it.

Do you know who your personality is?

Personality is like a charioteer with two headstrong horses, each wanting to go in different directions. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Two things define your personality, the way you manage things when you have nothing, and the way you behave when you have everything. unknown

It's beauty that captures your attention; personality that captures your heart. Oscar Wilde

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so you better get ready to show your Mom some love! What an incredible opportunity to please and thank the most loving and caring people in our lives on a beautiful spring day!

Until tomorrow, remember always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don’t, then who will?” The blog tomorrow will be on Run Your Own Race.


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