March, in like a lamb AND out like a lion. Guh. Snow - well, it definitely could be worse I suppose. I remember massive blizzards in March.
OK, consider the concept of “remember”. I was at the American College of Healthcare Executives this week in Chicago, and I found myself having the conversation over and over about how many years I’ve attended and “back in the day” stories. Ok, I’m stopping this. I was telling someone yesterday that my nightmare is to witness myself in public. Basically, be on the other side of me and see how I come across. (I know I would probably judge myself harshly.) So I play this in my mind and find that I reminisce too much. No one asked me to be the historian so I’m going to try and change this…or at least be more aware.
On a sign somewhere I read - Be The Best Version of Yourself. This is really hard. (Especially if you are single - no one to tell you “that’s stupid, stop doing that”.) With this in mind, awareness and being cognizant of my actions most of the time is a good practice.*
For us out in the world who need a little help, be kind and let us know when we have spinach in our teeth. If you are my friend, help me be better. (Help is always a good thing.)
*Nikki (in marketing) lives across the street from me. Her daughter when she was three asked me if I was naked because I was talking to them from inside my kitchen window and I wasn’t wearing a shirt. (I wasn’t by the way, I had workout shorts on.) I then realized all of the windows in my corner house cut me off at the waist so anyone driving by, seeing my shirtless would assume I was naked. I now am aware of this and wear shirts at all times in the house. Awareness of your behavior and actions is very necessary.