It’s hard to believe that it is September already. September is a very transitional month, filled with hurried schedules and high emotion. It’s a month of adjusting and letting go, just as the trees let go of their leaves in the fall. School begins, which is exciting for some. For others though, it means letting go of seeing their loved ones 24/7 which can be super hard: especially for those just starting school, or those leaving for college. As hard as it is for those kids to transition into that change I think it is equally difficult for parents. Sometimes the answer to making September less stressful is simply to look at things with a different perspective, and simplify. Have you ever taken a nature walk or even just stepped out into your back yard, taken a deep breath, and just taken in the beauty of your surroundings? Whether it’s meditation, or a moment of reflection, it can make a difference in your day. So the September Thoughts to Inspire will center on the beauty in simplicity and changing your mindset, so you can face this very busy month with a positive attitude.
Live Simply so others may simply live.- Mother Teresa
Open your eyes to the beauty around you, open your mind to the wonders of life, open your heart to those who love you, and always be true to yourself. – Maya Angelou
The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let things go. – Anonymous
Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand. – Mother Teresa
If you don’t like something change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. – Maya Angelou
I hope you found these September Thoughts to Inspire you to take these changes in stride. For other inspirational tips check out my monthly inspirational quotes and these posts:
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