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Guest blogger AMY REYNOLDS: It’s the Little Things

Success means a lot of things to a lot of people. I think my first thought when approached with that word is the usual trappings of career and money. When I stop myself and really think about it, those things don’t really top the list. I mean, they’re on there, don’t get me wrong, but they’re like some broad spectrum success, and when I think about my daily life, it’s smaller things I find success in.

Like what? Well, a few different things, all of which create that “I totally DID that!” feeling of success for me:

-getting the dogs to behave for an entire day
-a good solid run where I feel like I could have gone farther
-ending a work day without wanting to quit or smack someone
-actually getting myself and/or husband to clean the house
-my friendships with good people, and the ability to cut people out when they start to suck the life out of me
-a healthy family, dogs included
-learning a new thing, from a new word, to a new skill – whatever
-making something in art class that isn’t embarrassing to show to people
-walking out of the house looking relatively put together and adult
-remembering to do the errand I said I’d do on my way to work
-taking a really nice picture
-that sore muscle feeling you get the day after a really hard workout
-getting through that sore muscle feeling you get 2 days after a really hard workout
-finishing my first half marathon despite a strained back muscle
-finishing my second half marathon without a strained back muscle
-knowing I will be able to finish my third half marathon after coming back from a pretty significant injury
-finding some sort of attire that I need without ever entering a mall/ dept. store
-finding a new, fun song, and remembering to put it on my itunes
-overcoming a work challenge with clear communication, and utilizing the strengths of those I work with as a team
-making it to my mid thirties with a clearer mind and stronger body then I had in my 20s
-being able to control my inner belligerent teenage self when I go back to visit my hometown
-teaching one of the dogs a new trick after weeks of trying
-getting a chance to nap in my hammock in the backyard
-the scale telling me a new, smaller number, and my jeans fitting better
-living outside my own life, and doing something for the bigger picture of Life
-the family I have created with my husband, who is kinda awesome in his own way
-making someone laugh a good pure belly laugh
-laughing a good pure belly laugh
-a plant I planted surviving more than a few weeks
-telling someone something they don’t want to hear and still being friends after
-finishing a writing assignment
-going to sleep at night feeling ok with how I got through the day, even if it got a little rocky
– a nice cold beer, a good hot pizza, and a bad movie on the TV

Now, whats your list? What makes you feel like you have achieved something in your daily life?

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