When Life Gives You Lemons – Make Lemonade!

Life can be tough, and sometimes it can be hard to see the silver lining in situations that might make you feel down. Sometimes you just need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. It’s important to find the good in every situation, and to remember that there are many more reasons to be happy than to be sad.

If you’re having a rough day, take a moment and think about the good things in your life. Maybe it’s a sweet memory you have, or maybe it’s just a simple thing like a ray of sunshine. It doesn’t matter, as long as you see the silver lining. When you take a moment to look at the positive things in your life, you will start to see the silver lining more often.

This is especially true in difficult situations. If you are having a bad day and you see lemons instead of lemonade, try looking for the positive in what you see instead. Here is a list of things you can always see as a positive when you are going through something difficult.

Stay Positive

One of the best ways to find the silver lining and see the silver lining more often is to stay positive. It’s easy to get so down on ourselves when we are having a bad day, and it’s important to avoid letting that happen. A negative mindset is the exact opposite of finding the silver lining! If you keep your head in the right place, you’ll find that the silver lining comes to you more often.

Learn from your mistakes

When you mess up, don’t beat yourself up. Instead, learn from your mistakes and make a positive out of them. This is especially true if you make mistakes in life that are related to your passion. It is important that you don’t let these mistakes stop you from following your passion.

Eat healthy

Eating healthy is a great way to stay positive and find the silver lining. When you eat healthy, you are taking in vitamins and minerals your body needs. It’s important to eat a balanced diet, but also to stay away from foods that are unhealthy.

Get enough sleep

One of the best ways to find the silver lining and see the silver lining more often is to get enough sleep. When you don’t get enough sleep, you are depriving your body of the energy it needs to function. It’s important to stay energized so that you can focus and do your best during the day, so don’t forget to get enough sleep!

Make time for small things

It’s easy to get caught up in the stress of the world and in a bad day, it’s easy to forget to make time for the things that are important to you. Find time every day to do something you love, and make time for the little things in life.

Be grateful for what you do have

Find something to be grateful for, even if it’s something small. Gratitude is a powerful emotion, and when you keep it in your heart, it can help you find the silver lining and see the silver lining more often.

Final words: Summing up

There are always good things in life, even in difficult situations. If you can remember this, you will find the silver lining and see the silver lining more often.

There are many reasons to be happy, and there are even more reasons to find the silver lining in life. If you are having a rough day, take a moment and think about the good things in your life. It doesn’t matter what it is, as long as you see the silver lining.

Count it all joy during COVID-19

I know that times are hard. I want to encourage someone who maybe lonely , may not have a job, and have loss a loved. I know it’s not easy to deal with what we are all dealing with—the Coronavirus. The simple truth is I do not have all the answers.

One thing that has preserved me and my family is our root in Jesus Christ. You may be reading thinking: How could God allow this disease to growth rampant?” First of all it is human nature to point blame to something or someone. Somethings that happen in our life in regards to diseases are our own faults. It often easy to blame others. What I simply saying is a God did not bring this disease to humans. He will use it to get our attention though.

In this season of your life, it is still okay to smile. If you haven’t spent time with God in prayer, now is a great time to devote some time. I believe that many of my prayers will be answered in this season. I believe He will do the same for you and your family.

For those who own businesses or you’re unemployed, I am praying for you. I pray God will supply every need for you and your family (Read Matthew 6:33). Please take care and know that a door is opening soon.

If you are reading and do not believe in God, I hope that the words fill your heart with Christ presence. Yes, it would be nice for God to answer every prayer, but we would take advantage of it. It’s difficult to process why God would allow a loved one to die. The reality of it is that life happens to us all. I can only talk from personal experience that God has taken care of me through the good, the bad, and the ugly.

To healthcare workers and first responders, I appreciate you. Thank you for all you do to help those who are impacted by this disease. I pray for continued strength and I pray Psalm 91 over you (and those of you reading). We will get through this!