I vacationed in Florida recently to get some much needed sun and warm weather. I also went to shake things up a little. I remember when I was a kid and had a bottle of pop that went flat. I would shake it up. And while it didn’t make it as good as it was when I had first opened it, my pop got some of the fizz back.
For some reason, this has been one long, cold, and boring winter and I seem to have gone flat. I went to Florida to restore some fizz and it seems to have worked. I got some sun, which is always a good thing in my book. I read things that I don’t normally read–like a newspaper. I did things I don’t normally do. My brain seems to have gotten a bit of a jump-start. I can feel the electricity flowing again. The fizz is back!
It’s amazing how a simple change in routine can get things flowing again. I plan to change my routine around home as well–to help keep the fizz popping.
I will let you know how it works out for me.

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This blog post was written by Mark Edick, author of the book, Becoming Normal – An Ever-Changing Perspective.

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