Today’s post was recommended by Abigail of http://hiddencourage.wordpress.com/
- Write about something ordinary that’s inspiring to you, something simple, perhaps overlooked, that fuels your activism.
- Write about the things you couldn’t live without – list 10 things you need or love most.
Sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference. Random acts of kindness such as someone holding a door for you or giving you a size bigger of the coffee you ordered. Seeing the green shoots of daffodils after a long winter, or enjoying early morning light after daylight savings time. They’re small things, often overlooked, that can make all the difference in your mood and your outlook on the world. They can turn a frown upside down and make your outlook sunnier. Write about those ordinary, everyday occurrences that inspires you and your mission as a Health Activist.
Not feeling inspired today? Make a list of the 10 things that you need or love most. Once you’ve made your list, think about how the items on it have changed over time. How does the list you just made compare to a list you might have made before your diagnosis, or perhaps to a list you might have made as a kid? What’s still on this list after all this time, and what items have you realized aren’t as important anymore?
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It’s not too late! Even though Health Activist Writer’s Month has started – you can still check out the prompts to use any time you may want an idea for your blog. Click here to get for all 30 prompts.