I have learned to be patient

Another week has ended and more has been accomplished and completed, so now it’s time to lay back and appreciate all of the hard work I’ve done.

We are all trying to do our best, and if we practice a little self-love and like ourselves and what we’ve done, we will feel a sense of gratitude and inner peace that we so often miss out on feeling.

I tattooed the word patience on my wrist to remind me to be patient with me to make things work out a little more smoothly. Like the time my fireplace got restrained up and the smoke backed up into my dining room and ruined a lot of the furniture with smoke smell. I patiently fixed the issue first before reacting to it and all was better without having to go through the setback emotions and turmoil that comes so actually in times like this. I eventually switched to a gas fireplace, which saved me a lot of the hassle of cutting and hauling wood, and everything was better in the end. I have a whole loft heating system but like to use the fireplace to heat the place when it isn’t too frigid out. If it does get super cold out then I need to run the main component because the fireplace doesn’t heat the whole home too well. I have a hydronic heating system and it has unquestionably saved me a lot of money compared to an electric type. It uses warm water to heat all of the rooms evenly.

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