5 things I don’t want in my life – Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

Guest post on Sue’s blog

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Recently Sue, from Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond, invited me to write a guest post for her blog, as part of #JournalinginJuly.

Sue gave me carte blanche on the topic, so I chose the prompt from Day 24 – What don’t I want in my life – and I had to stop and think about it.

Deb is such a ray of sunshine in my life and I just love reading her blog Deb’s World.  However, what I love about Deb is her ability to reflect and accept the not-so-good things that happen in her life, yet still remain positive.  Deb has chosen to write from the prompt ‘What I don’t want in my life’ and shares 5 things with us today.  

Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond

I chose 5 things I don’t want in my life and gave my reasons why.

  1. Negativity/meanness
  2. Toxic people
  3. Being overwhelmed
  4. Fake/plastic people
  5. A world without smiles and laughter

You can read the whole post by clicking this link:

5 things I don’t want in my life – Guest post by Debbie

Sue and I are co-hosting this month’s #JournalinginJuly challenge and share a link up each Saturday for those participating. We’d love you to check it out and add your thoughts to any of the daily prompts.

Pop over to Sue’s blog for the whole story and let us know what you think.

Do you have any extras you’d add to this list?

Thanks again for having me as a guest Sue 🙂

See you on Saturday for this week’s #JournalinginJuly linkup.

Deb 🙂

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11 Replies to “5 things I don’t want in my life – Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond”

  1. This is absolutely lovely and I’ve just waffled a comment on her post … My mother also used to say, “If you haven’t got anything nice to say, then don’t say anything”. This is so true … I can’t bear toxicity in people but I’m of the belief that those people are deeply unhappy within themselves. I try to feel sorry for them, but, well, I struggle, so I avoid them. This was a great post. Thanks. Katie

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