The new year is often a time when people think about the year ahead and what is important, including personal wellbeing.
One of the simplest things we forget in our everyday lives is that we make our own opportunities. Searching for something to ignite the spark of motivation within can simply be accomplished by recognising the privileges in your life. Finding that opportunity that’s hidden within whatever difficulty you’re facing, and seeing how you can make the most out of it can help make a difference and instead of setting you back, can serve to move you forward.
When life gets tough it’s easy to stop dreaming, or to scale back our dreams because it feels like they are unattainable. But you should never sell yourself short just because things are going poorly at any given time. Dreams are bigger than your problems, and they can help you overcome whatever is thrown at you as long as you keep your focus and attention on them.
Life is full of ups and downs. Today you can be the happiest person in the world, and tomorrow you can be the most miserable. It’s the unpredictability of life that makes it worthwhile. When life gets a little difficult or hard to bear, it’s comforting to know that there are still ways that can brighten up our day.
Valuing your immediate family is good for your health and happiness at any age. Because of physical changes, loss and retirement etc, friendship is most important for older people The connection between immunity and socialisation is indisputable, taking the time to build a healthy social support network is a wise investment in your health, happiness and well-being and time spent with friends helps to give you respite from your challenges.
It is clear; the benefits of friendship are universal. No matter what your age, spending time with your peers and sharing lifelong memories with others can enrich life in ways you might not expect.
There are so many ways to discover friendships, and becoming more active within the community is a great place to start. Friendship can grow in the most unexpected ways, they can emerge from mutual affection and form the social fabric of our lives.
Being involved with a Red hat group is a great option, it can improve upon the relationships that members already have and cast a wider net to create new friendships.
View the pages of this site to find information about contacting
groups around the states, to see how some women enjoy their chapter activities,
or plans for future events to which Red hatters are invited.
hat groups are noted on the Contacting Groups page - http://www.matildarose2.com/contactinggroups.htm
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