I have noticed that I do a fair bit of complaining. That sometimes, I’ll get so upset that that’s all I’ll talk about are things that don’t feel good to me. I want to see if by challenging myself to be more positive and to not being a focus on something discomforting that I’ll be able to more often discuss and focus on the things that do feel good.

I want to see how my life changes if anything at all changes in the next 30 days. Just keeping in mind in each moment to focus on what’s good about a situation. To ease the way I converse with others. I’m curious about how my relationships will change too. If things will become more playful or just feel better in general.

It’ll be an interesting experiment. So from now on to March 20th I will not complain. And if I do a little at least I’ll make a conscious effort to stop and change the way I’m talking about whatever I’m talking about in a more positive way.

I’ll track how my day went over the next 30 days and how things feel. Name the good things. Talk about if I slipped up or if I’m doing particularly well about it. It’ll be a good challenge for my mental health.

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7 thoughts on “A Month Without Complaining

  1. Great idea! I think we’re all guilty of having those moments when we feel like all we do is complain. I’ve found it really helpful to write a gratitude list throughout the month and, at the end of the month, it makes me so happy to see a long list of all the things I’ve been grateful for during the month 🙂 It’s comforting to know that even though I do sometimes complain, there’s so many beautiful moments out there x

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