We may or may not be getting ready for camping season! Last year after my car was hit, we had to have a pretty laid back summer. We missed out on all of our typical summer shenanigans, so we have a bunch of making up to do. Come on warmer/longer days 😍
No matter where you are in the world, there is some sort of adventure to be found, go out and find it!
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The new 2019 Ram 1500 is gritty, spacious & packed with creature comforts. It’s creative modular storage options and superior off-road capability make it our top choice for truck-tent camping. The only thing missing is a rear corner step. We hate to scratch that cherry paint job with our muddy shoes. #TDCAdventures#Ram1500
Envy is something many of us encounter, daily. Social media heightens envy. It is rooted in skewed or exaggerated perceptions and results in over generalization, a running & wandering mind, and emotional suffering. It is often a result of an incomplete perspective. I practice working on a few things in order to shed this envy I feel way too often. It starts with becoming aware when you’re feeling a sense of envy, and acknowledge that you are. This is generally the opposite approach when we feel envious. Claim it, own it. When we claim it, our mind creates a distance & a step between our sense of self, and what we are experiencing. It is also helpful to consciously challenge our perceptions. The grass is always greener eh? It’s most likely not. Lastly, practice gratitude. Divert this energy & these thoughts to things you are grateful for. Write it down, tell a friend or family member (maybe your dog), or say it out loud. Instead of focusing on a narrow path, widen your view (look around), shift your attention and see how many things that surround you that you are grateful for.