Within each of us is a happy place…A place where you can find peace, tranquility and harmony. A place that holds the positive living that you were meant to live.
You were not meant to wallow in negativity, to fall short of your own expectations or the expectations of your family, or to fail to live up to your unique talents and abilities.
You were given this life to live fully and in your happy place.
Practice everyday to find and live in your happy place. Once you get there, live it fully everyday and continue to practice it everyday.
Then you’ll not only empower yourself to live a whole life, but you may one day be an inspiration to your family or someone else.”
~ J. Charest
Where’s your happy place?
I’ve always wanted a house on the beach.
How awesome would it be to start off your day with
the view of the ocean?
Your alarm clock is the sound of the waves and the sea gulls flying outside your window.
I’ve been realizing
that my happy place
can be any place,
as long as I
share it with
I’m in Cali for a week and a half,
and it’s only been 5 days since I’ve arrived.
I’m having an awesome time with my family
and just relaxing.
my godson and I went to Disneyland.
While we were watching the fireworks,
I couldn’t help but feel
with a feeling of longing.
At that moment,
my boyfriend was there to share that moment with us
and everything else here.
It’s like when people say,
“You had to be there.”
Explaining something is not the same as
being there and experiencing it for
He completes my moments.
It’s hard to explain but
proud of him.
While I’m on my trip,
he’s busy traveling
for photo shoots for
The more I
how lucky I am to
the way I was feeling
was a bit selfish.
I don’t want to take anything away
from his life
“If you have an hour, will you not improve that hour instead of idling it away?”
~ Lord Chesterfield
We have created many memories together
in different happy places,
and we have plenty of time
to see where our moments
This trip taught me
and if you can’t,
for the better.
“We must look for the opportunity in every difficulty instead of being paralyzed at the thought of the difficulty in every opportunity.
~ Walter E. Cole
‘Til next week world,