I am loving Folgers right about now.
As you've seen me post about recently, Folgers has come up with a new social media platform called "The Best Part." They're asking us to talk about the best part of our day or something positive we can reflect on. As a life-long cynic, trying to be more positive lately is really helping my outlook. I know, who would have thought it?
There have been events of late that have put my positive outlook to the test. These events can make or break me, I've decided... so I'm posting some stressful situations I've encountered recently and the bright side I've found to them.
I gave birth to a child and didn't have time for an epidural. Holy gravy, was that a rough night.
The bright side? I have the daughter I always wanted. Also, I found out that under extreme pain, I can shriek like a howler monkey. Good information to know.
The house we moved into doesn't have a mailbox so we have to use a post office box. The post office is, like, a whole block away. My laziness is really taking a hit here.
The bright side? I met the Postmaster for my local post office. She's just about the friendliest person ever.
My oldest son is having some trouble with multiplication tables. Aren't we all?
The bright side? I have spent a lot of one-on-one time with him, teaching him all the multiplication tricks I learned in third grade. Who knew that stuff would ever come in handy?
My husband has been off work since the baby was born. Paternity leave... he's driving me up the wall.
The bright side? My husband changes diapers like a madman. I don't have to ask for any help with the baby or the other two kids, he leaps right in and does the work. That. Is. Awesome.
So, you see? There's always a bright side to things, we just have to find it. Find a bright spot today, it will change your whole attitude!
The Best Part is an online community that’s dedicated to brightening your day—every day. How? By spreading optimism, one share at a time. The Best Part posts inspirational stories, encouraging quotes, good news and other upbeat items on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram—and encourages fans and followers to share that optimism with their friends. Because when optimism is shared, it grows, making an even more positive impact on our world. Check out what others are sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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