Nobody Ever Has A “Bad Day”
Jessica Wildfire

A bad day can’t exist. Neither can a good one.

True. Nothing that happens has any inherent meaning… only the meaning we choose to assign to it. And some of the worst things that’ve ever happened to me lead directly to some of the best things that’ve ever happened to me, a few days later. So what seemed like bad luck at the time, was actually revealed as good luck, down the track.

A “new day” will only mean something if you can adjust your course and prepare yourself.

Correct. If you don’t make a deliberate effort to change your day, then every day becomes Groundhog Day.

Thanks, Jess!