Every Day is a Chance to Start Anew

maxresdefaultEvery day is a chance to start anew.

You may not think so, as the grind of a daily job, whether it’s taking care of your kids or working on a computer or trying to sell something, never changes.

But there is always a chance to change things.

Sometimes it’s as simple as deleting a blog you weren’t happy with.

Sometimes it’s harder, like dumping a friend you’re not happy with.

Sometimes it’s changing and starting all over again, like changing your landscape hues from golds to greens.

Sometimes it’s suffering through a recipe you tried that really could have used less pineapple and more soy.

But you can change. Just don’t give up.

Maybe it’s because I’m closer to the end of the thread than the beginning that I can start to believe my own words.

But every time you change something for your own betterment, to match your own heart song, it’s a new chance. A new day.

It’s not always easy to start anew.

Some things you cannot change.

Some people you cannot bring back.

Some places you can never visit again.

But that’s why you are given a new sunrise every morning.

To remember and honor the person who is gone.

To better deal with an illness that won’t go away.

Starting anew means reading a new book. Trying a new cafe. Calling an old friend.

Starting anew means writing a new poem. Crocheting a new scarf. Starting a new quilt.

It’s your chance to share your real energy with the universe.

Get going. Start sharing. Don’t worry how you are perceived, received, and deceived.

You know who you are. Give yourself a chance.

Every day is a chance to start anew.

6 thoughts on “Every Day is a Chance to Start Anew

    1. I’m going to go Google that song. I look back at my past and find a lot of falling down and missteps and toddle steps. But knowing I can try one more time makes everything magical again.

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