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  • Remind yourself that your track record for getting through hard days is 100% so far.
  • Pledging to finish the day with the same commitment and great results I started the day with
  • I pledge 24 hours.
  • Grateful for another 24!
  • Staying in recovery today = in 4 24!
  • Pledging and grateful for another 24 hours
  • Pledging 24 hours
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery.
    "Let me tell thee, time is a very precious gift of God; so precious that it's only given to us moment by moment."
    —Amelia Barr
  • Thank you.
  • I pledge another day of sobriety
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Overthinking Leads to Underserving

When a slight veil of coronavirus restriction lifted, my husband received notice that he could return to work. While the excitement for that bit of freedom was tangible, I felt a tingle of fear. However, I carried on and cheered for the truth that this pandemic is just our right now and not our forever.  

That morning of his first day back, I drove him to the front door. Before he stepped out of the car, I looked him…

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I am grateful that I am still sober, I have food on the table, job to go to, made amends to an individual, I am grateful God had given the strength to this. I had a chance to clean my home yesterday less work for me today, I have a meeting to go to later, I am honest today. I no longer feed my self with negative information and I love myself today.
  • I had great talks with amazing people. Came home to a loving family, There is work for me in the days ahead
  • I have the opportunity to be fully present.
  • I know what I did yesterday.
  • with a new freedom I've found a new happiness. Acceptance is the key. Living with willingness to be free of the demands of my will and seeking knowledge of Gods will for me helps me find my way to this new happiness. This new happiness comes freely when I ask God and others how I can help them, rather than tell God and others how they should help me. I'm grateful that I no longer make demands for happiness, for it is by self-forgetting that I find a new happiness and peace.
  • I have work, a great workout to come and a day with good people and my loving family
  • I have lots to do today.
  • a day early risen, workout, work of success . .and the awareness of all the good people in my life.
  • 1) I am sober 6months today
    2) I am free of self today
    3) I am at work
    4) I got to work
    5) am snacking
    6) Its Monday!
    7) So much to look forward to
    8) I am alive today
    9) I have a family
    10) I am honest today
  • I am safe and loved today.
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