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Sassy Not Sassy Do

You can relax with this crossword puzzle from The Pregnancy Calendar:   http://www.linholm.com/pregnancy_info/freebies/puzzle.html

When someone asks a Sassy Bitch what’s new she wouldn’t be caught dead saying “Not much.”

Sometimes we don’t think what is going on in our lives is very exciting.  And sometimes, yes, day to-day life doesn’t seem that exciting.  Or is it?  Every single day we, as Sassy Bitches, are working toward something.  Something fulfilling and amazing.  For US.  Sometimes these things take more than one step.  We’re still working toward our fulfillment.  So get passionate about that!  Sell that to the world!  Be proud of your dreams, passions, goals, discoveries.

Sometimes just the fact that we had a chance to pamper ourselves a bit is WAY exciting.  LOL.  Or relaxing for just a moment is a slice of heaven.  Be passionate and appreciative about that.  Share those moments of heaven and sell it to whoever is asking.  That passion and enjoyment is infectious.  So even if that Sassy Bitch is just thrilled with her new beef stew recipe and you hate beef stew?  Bitch has passion for the cooking.  The creating.  The process.  The love she puts into it will bring enjoyment to all those who get to savor her passion.  Even those who may not find it thrilling.

Are you proud of your passions?  Do you find yourself not talking about them because they don’t seem as exciting as some things?  Is your hobby crafting and your best friends’ is sky diving?  Who gives a whoop.  Embrace your passions, or find and cherish them.  That which is exciting to you will rock your world.  And you will rock those whom you encounter.

I love crossword puzzles.  Especially the huge challenging Sunday crossword puzzles!  Is that a passion?  Yeah.  Is it one of my more exciting ones to a lot of people?  Nah.  I can totally understand why a lot of people would find the thought of sitting around doing a crossword puzzle boring.  I love it.  I pour myself a nice glass of wine, get ready for bed, sink into my pillows and start solving.  Sometimes I don’t do very well.  Other times I rock that puzzle.  I love it because it satisfies my need to slow down and my need to keep thinking.  It turns my intellectual side on.

So your assignment today is to embrace your ‘less than exciting” “what’s new.”  If someone ask you what is new in your life remember your everyday passions.  Take pride in them.  Allow yourself to ooze with happiness over them.   Every time you take a moment to savor and love even the smallest passion without excuse, it makes you stronger, happier and charismatic.  A true Sassy Bitch can make watching paint dry fun!  Love, Goddess

© S Stevens Life Strategies

1 comment to Sassy Not Sassy Do

  • I have been working on getting things together for a trip I am taking to Italy in March. This will be my first international flight. My first flight in 24 years. (Has it really been that long? Goodness!) So, getting everything I have to do to get ready on top of classes starting back up, I have been a little stressed. I started back to causal reading more. Normally, I would bake, but I am cutting back on the sugar in the house. I found me two hardback books for $3.00 a piece and ordered 3 books from Amazon.com on top of that. I now have a bunch of reading to do. Before I go to sleep I read for 15-30 minutes. It is great and wonderful to just escape. Three of the books are self-improvement type books that caught my eye and have read some good things about. I don’t know if I actually need self improvement, but what could it hurt to read them and maybe discover something that will help me. I am sure everybody needs to self improve to a certain extent really. It may not seem exciting to other people that I am self-improving, but it is exciting to me and I will be glad to share it with them. 🙂

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