Detox Day 24

It’s my last week for my media detox. In the short time I have shut down social media and television, I have found more peace and acceptance than ever before in my life. I am just allowing whatever it is, letting it be and that is how peace comes, being drama free.

I am so focused on me and my journey that I feel like I’m watching a movie when things happen around me. I look at it as if I’m watching it and I don’t have control over it. I don’t have the channel changer. I’m not in charge of this one or that one. I’m only in charge of me. I’m allowing the shift I feel because I know it’s for my greater purpose.

As the posts under my deck shift, become weak and start to fall away, I know the posts that remain are strong and they will hold me up and not allow me to fall. I know that acceptance is the only way to be if I trust the divine plan and the path paved before me. I remembered many are for what I am for or what I am against and only a few are for me. Read Are you Constituents, Comrades and Confidants if you haven’t so you know what I am saying exactly.

My accomplishments, goals and vision board are being fulfilled like never before in my life. I have more checks by my workout, sleep, water, quiet time, writing daily, seeing new contacts and maintaining my calorie intake. I’m rested, I’m not stressed or anxious about anything. I’ve went through boxes of tea, bottles of bubble bath, multiple candles, read 1 book and half way through 2 more. Learned every song on a whole album. Music soothes my soul. Someone asked, “how are you doing?” I replied without hesitation, “I’m happier than I’ve ever been.”

Maybe they are right. Ya know “they” the people that tell us what’s really happening. And what’s really happening is social media is a tool and tools can repair things but they can also destroy things. Hammers can help or hurt depending on the user. I’m going to need to reconfigure my tool box come February 1 when I come back on social media. This life I’m living is just too good.

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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