2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity: March edition

2019 seems to be going by so quickly. March is a special month for me. First, my birthday is in March. I had a great birthday. I got lots of messages from friends on my Facebook wall and on Twitter. I got some cards in the mail and some gifts. I was able to go out to lunch with some friends, and then grandpa took me out to dinner.

I take time to reflect on the past year. I am able to look at the lessons that life has taught me. On my birthday, I remind myself to focus on what my future holds. I believe I have a great future in front of me. I just have to work hard and believe in myself.

Not only is my birthday special, but March turns the seasons from winter to spring. In my recent blog post  whatmakesme, I told my audience that spring is my favorite season. This is because not only is it a great time to get outside and walk more, but it is a season of hope. One of my goals this year is to get more exercise.  I feel that walking really helps my hips and my weight. I am doing well with my continuing education classes that I take online. I feel like I am learning a lot. My projects for my business are going well too.

When it comes to patience, I have learned it takes time to achieve a goal, to grow your network, ect. That’s okay. I am achieving something.

Positivity brings everything together including movement and patience. Being positive helps me achieve my dreams.

Author: Amanda Gene

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

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