Want to know my new thing? Rollerblading. I’ve just been out ‘for a blade.’ Woohoo! Headwind and all.
It was my third trip out by myself … and I’m happy to report there were no embarrassing spills and I was halfway up the boardwalk before I realized I’d forgotten my myriad of knee pads, arm pads, elbow pads and … sweatshirt round my waist – bum pad!
Cripes it’s fun. And as a recent transplant from New Zealand, skating up the Venice Boardwalk is a delightful contrast to the village in the rainforest I’d been living in. Which was also lovely, just a little, er, quieter.
And seriously, shoes with wheels – genius!
Righty. Rollerblades are now off and I wanted to share with you an article published this morning on Tiny Buddha, it’s called
Or, as I like to think of it … the good news about negative thinking.
Because there is good news. I know some people say negative thoughts are bad, and that we should try and have less of them; that if we think ‘negatively’ we won’t ever be contented and peaceful. Yeah. That’s mostly rubbish, I reckon. No offense.
Negative thoughts aren’t nearly as bad as you might think, once you understand where they come from and what the best way to deal with them is.
I hope you enjoy this article.