A day in my life is like any other. Unless I have one of the biggies (a death, birth, travel, doctors, PR, awards, or winning the lottery) most days are the same. As are we. It's my perspective. Which right now is for crap because of this:
My daughter's room
These are triggers that put my perspective in the commode. I will NOT clean my girls' room any more. They will do NOTHING when they get home from school until that room is neat and picked up. I left the towel on the floor because I am sick and tired of picking up other people's crap. Whereas I can usually find the sacred in the mundane and see light in the dark, today I left the house feeling like this:
Irritated and unappreciated.
Until I had my coffee date with Megan. She always lifts my spirits. Megan has a calming effect on everyone she comes in contact with and I am grateful she lets me in her space. I am continually reminded of how blessed I am even if my perspective is so out of focus. My health, my opportunity and my Megan triggered the best in me today. I am ready to work.
How do you dodge your triggers?