The Change UP

The Change UP

Our day-to-day routines can get predictable and boring. Changing our daily routines for some can be difficult. Think about it take 5 minutes right now. If you just said to yourself; OMG! I do have a set routine. Then it’s time for the Change Up.

We should change our routines for many reasons but here are two that can have a positive and negative result: 1) (Negative) So we don’t get bored with ourselves or with other’s which can manifest itself into arguments, divorce, depression, anger, loneliness, hostility, simple all negative emotions.  2) (Positive) for the continual feeding of the spirit. Our spirits were meant to be free not stagnated; we must allow our spirits to continue to be free. A free spirit manifests itself into happiness, joy, peace and contentment and all positive emotions.

Remember when you were younger how you felt so free you tried new things and how it felt when you actually ran, jumped, laughed and played outside. Your spirit was free just the way God intended. We were born with a clear a Mind, a Healthy Body and a Free Spirit. Some of us weren’t taught that they need to be rejuvenated or how to maintain them.

Most of us are feeling weighted down and frustrated. One reason is we are not doing what make us happy or free. Yes we have responsibilities, but we can take care of those and have meaningful and exciting lives divorced, single or married. We work to live and Live to work. It’s time for a Change Up.

Even if you’re in a relationship, or married it’s time for the two of you to Change Up start having fun together, inspire each other, play with each other, communicate, date each other and trust each other, again.  These things are part of the Change Up. If your single take a chance, have fun, meet people, stop staying home go places you’ve always wanted to go, it’s not a curse to be single, embrace your single life. Hang out with other single people; join a club or starting dating. The Routine Stops Now; Change up; you have everything you need to be free.   Ready – Set – Go!

  JuS  DeW U

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  1. I can totally relate to this, I remember when I was in the 6th grade, I have to say one of the best times of my life…….I had my “step” cousin in class and we’d laugh for HOURS not kidding you, we’d be red, out of breath. writhing in pain lol, but all worth it, fast forward to now, at 28 years old. I cant recall the last time Ive laughed like that or connected with someone like that. I miss it, scratch that, seeing you at Applebees made me giddy again because sometimes I fear I might be “dead” inside and when I go on vacation I remember that 11 year old girl whose gotten lost sometimes and it makes me smile again and remember what its all about love you lady xoxo


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