Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior.I'm not putting the definition up to be snobby or anything; it's honestly has a good reason for being there. Morality has been apart of a few of my conversations; it's coming up more than usual, and I'm choosing to take that as a sign and talk about it.
In my podcast episode morality, I talk about why I didn't go to a party, event whatever you want to call it. I didn't go because I wouldn't have been going to celebrate like everyone else I would have been going to spite them. That's not me, and I was having such a great day with my little family that I love beyond all reasons. I'm bettering my life still, and I know I sound so repetitive when I say this, but how can I help others when I don't help myself. Working out, seeing a counselor, and just enjoying the moment I'm working on myself, I actually have my epileptic doctor's appointment coming up next week.
I really don't know if I qualify, but I would like to look into a service dog if I also do vitamin c therapy. I haven't found a lot about it because as far as my knowledge goes, it's a newer method or at least it is in my area. I just want my life to change and be better so I can learn to help out others and be the best me.
One of the things I've been doing and I do take suggestions is I'm looking for a place to hike. My boyfriend and I want to take a small getaway this summer and want to go hiking even if it's just for the weekend. Honestly, this is an excellent idea for anyone going away for the weekend and unplugging from a life I'm not saying leave the cellphone at home but not to be on it. The reason I say don't leave it is that you never know when an emergency will come up, so leave it in your pack to where you can't grab it and go on social media. Make that human connection talking about what places to go to my boyfriend, and I didn't once look at our phones. We looked up compact tents on the computer, but it struck a conversation. We are so excited we've been putting a list together of where we want to go and even created a hit list of hiking trails that take a day all the way up to a week.
I'm excited for when my son gets older so he can come with us and unplug and bond with us. I haven't been this happy about something for a long time. This excites me even more because the way the kids are with technology right now makes me scared of what it's going to be like when he's older.
But unplugging just for one day can change the way you look at things. I unplugged for only one day by going out to the country and had the best day of my life. So unplugging for a weekend all the way to a week, I can't wait. I can't wait to take pictures, talk with my family, and just feel the fresh air on my skin.
I think it's important to keep in mind what's important in life. Which is better showing off you're doing better than someone thought or living that better life and enjoying it along the way? If you ask me it's the second one, I would rather live in the moment; yes I might take a picture and post it, but that's to share the special moment, and I can look back and remember how happy I was in that second. Life passes by faster than you think or want to admit.