Why I Keep Getting Back In The Ring (So To Speak)

So, the “ring,” for me, is waking up every day and “trying” as best as I can to follow a checklist, which includes self-care items and a few chores.

More often than not, I do poorly.

I call it failure, because I can sometimes learn from it, which makes it a “fail.” For me.

If it were a “success,” I feel as though I would learn little.

That said, I am beginning to see that the latter is not always the case!

Also, while I’m at it…

It is one of the bravest and most difficult things a person can do, is battle a chronic illness!

And, when I have an hour or two of happiness in my day… I relish in that!

What makes me do it all over again tomorrow?

I have a mother whom I love, a wife whom I love and adore, my wife’s family who I am still getting to know – but that I also love and greatly appreciate… Oh, and a dog that’s pretty wonderful!

What makes you get back in the “ring” (so to speak)?

7 thoughts on “Why I Keep Getting Back In The Ring (So To Speak)

  1. I think that hour or two of happiness you mention is one of my biggest reasons for getting back in the “ring.” Not even that I achieve that time of happiness every day – I don’t – but the possibility that it could happen is part of what helps me get out of bed. Knowing that the whole day doesn’t have be successful also helps – just find success where and when I can!

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