Health, Wellbeing, Happiness

When life gives you lemons

Roadside Fruit Stall

Make lemonade!

You’ve all heard that quote have you not?  It means to make the most of what you are given.  It’s all about attitude and thinking positively.  Glass half full rather than glass half empty!  It is not always easy to be this way but I think it is important to be conscious of always trying to be this way.  It can make all the difference to your day, week, month, year, life, and health!!

There have been signs all around me lately reminding me to be more conscious of my attitude.  My local health centre (which I frequent quite regularly) has one of those big white signs where they can arrange the letters to form any words they like.  They change it frequently.  I’ve driven past so many times lately and the message they have there right now is a Winston Churchill quote:

Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference

– Winston Churchill

I was scrolling through Pinterest yesterday and came across this which I posted to Instagram this morning:

Positive Pants

Consider myself kicked up the backside and reminded to be aware of my attitude!  I thought I’d give you all a little reminder kick up the backside too!  Your welcome!

Ciao for now,

Min Signature - Dec13

p.s.  The photograph used at the top of this post is one I took up at Montville in June this year of a roadside fruit stall.


Linking up today with With Some Grace’s #FYBF


15 replies »

    • Yep my attitude can slip into the negative from time to time. The world was presenting with lots of reminders to reset my attitude that is for sure! 😉 xo


    • I agree – sometimes life sends us some curve balls that can knock the stuffing out of us. On those occasions, YES we need to give ourselves a break and hang the Positive Pants in the wardrobe for awhile while we heal, repair, restore, adjust … xo


  1. I do love quotes and Pinterest has some brilliant ones. That said, your photo of the lemon stall is MAGNIFICENT! Seriously, that pic could win a competition. 🙂


    • Leanne – if you were here I would HUG you and squeal with delight! Thank you for such a lovely compliment on my photo. As a new photographer – still learning – I am my own worst critic and any positive feedback really helps me believe in myself that I can do what it is I want to do (photography). So thank you!! 🙂 xo


      • It’s a pleasure Mins, I really do love that composition and if I’d taken it, I think I’d print out a large copy and have it mounted on a canvas and hang it somewhere in my home.
        *sending virtual hug* 🙂