How to Catch More Good Stuff

Catch More_iStock_000000284485MediumWe don’t have to be happy about our challenges.
But we can certainly choose to look for the good
stuff, and practice feeling ALL of that. We can smile
into the eyes of another, bubble up from a hug,
and spot plenty of humor in the flaws of life.

It only took me thirty+ years to get this . . .
That how I feel about life — it all starts with me.

So now, every day, I try and practice
thinking more good thoughts than bad:
Clean ’em up, CJ. Make ’em count.
’Cuz this ride goes by way too fast.

“The greatest discovery of my generation
is that human beings can alter their lives
by altering their attitudes of mind.”
–William James

Rise Above the Tides &
Rescue Your Dreams

by CJ Schepers
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  • Elena Eulo June 18, 2015, 2:56 pm

    Just that diamond sparkle through the cupped hand was enough for me to draw a long AHHHH! Love this!


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CJ Schepers, I am so grateful for your talents! You are a God-send. Besides being an amazing author and supporter of good in the world, you are a spectacular editor! Thank you for the love and fine-tuning you sprinkled all through Allowing! Thank you for adding such clarity and love to the words I often jumbled and confused, and most of all, thank you for your professional integrity. I look forward to the next book with you!

— Holly Riley, best-selling author, Allowing: A Portrait of Forgiving and Letting Life Love You