Day 13: 30-Day 60 Second Love Challenge (Home Is My Happy Place)

No matter where we go, or how long we're gone, we get super excited when we know we are on our way home.

by Deedra Abboud in Mindset
January 10, 2017 0 comments

Finally got home after touring Lebanon. Vacations are so great, but nothing beats home.

I spend most of my time, energy, and money on keeping my home a place of calm, peace, and organization. Our happy place. Because that’s where we spend the majority of our time and that’s the way we like it.

That’s actually not true.

We both spend a lot of time outside our home and we both often travel away from home. But we want our home to be that place we are excited to return to. The place that feels like a warm cotton ball just ready to surround us like a giant hug.

And that’s what we’ve accomplished.

No matter where we go, or how long we’re gone, both of us get super excited when we know we are on our way home.

People spend too much time, energy, and money on things that don’t make them happy. Too often on things to impress others.

That’s a mistake.

It’s not about how much you spend, but what you get out of it yourself.

So figure out what really makes you happy and invest yourself in it.

These videos are all about bringing awareness to the #LoveGlassesRevolution founded by my close friends Tara Ijai & the CHOICE we all have in every moment to see the world around us through the lens of love, empowerment & joy.

Should this 30-day challenge speak to you & you’d like to join the party:
1. Make the decision
2. Choose something that speaks to you that is reflective of love (it can be a video, quotes, art, random acts of kindness, reading a page of your favorite book, etc.)
3. Share it! We could all use more of that! The gift is in both the sharing and receiving.

There is no limit to what we can accomplish together if we share a small part of ourselves with each other. That is love. That is being alive.

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