Live for Today

“Live today.  Not yesterday.  Not tomorrow.  Just today.  Inhabit your moments.  Don’t rent them out to tomorrow.”   Jerry Spinelli

“So many people don’t live for today.  They are completely consumed with the future, and yet it is how we live today that creates our future.  It is what you feel today that matters, because it is the only thing that determines your future.  Every day is an opportunity for a new life, because every single day you stand at the tipping point of your life.  And on any one day you can change the future – through the way that you feel.  When you tip the balance to good feelings, the force of love will change your life so fast that you will scarcely believe it.”  Rhonda Byrne, Secret The Power

We have been taught to think and worry about the future.  I don’t want to worry about the future—but I want to enjoy today knowing that the future will be taken care of if I feel love and graditude today.

Marilyn

About Marilyn

I am a "retired senior" (I've been a school librarian and library tech for a government research facility) who is now pursuing a dream of a home business sewing bags of all sorts, crafting and being the creative person I have always wanted to be. I grew up in the center of Illinois and dreamed of actually living back in the state of Colorado where I was born and lived till the age of 7. That dream came true when I met my husband of 43 years while working together in Estes Park. I am interested in alternative medicine, continuing the good health I've always had, while returning to the pre-processed food era of: eating well, losing weight, and using products that do not harm the environment, me, my family and friends. I am for labeling GMO’s, using sustainable products, organics and finding solutions to everyday problems, like colds and sore muscles, using natural remedies. I have a positive attitude that has helped through a very hard year and will bring forth a life that will be full and happy. My family is wonderful and I am a happy lady, wife, mother, and grandma.

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