Make better.

If you ever feel the fog settling in, always remember to ask yourself, “What can I make better?” Often it’s as simple as the little wrapper sitting on the coffee table that could get thrown away. Or maybe it’s the bed.

They may be tiny, but they are better. And better, whatever degree, is better, isn’t it?

2 responses to “Make better.”

  1. This is a great practice to be reminded of, since it’s easy to get lost in our thoughts sometimes. But breaking the pattern and scanning our surroundings for that thing we can improve 1% on, that’s a great way to break out of the funk. Thanks for this post!

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