Look Close to Home for Contentment

Here’s a hard lesson to learn: contentment will never come if we continually look outward at the next thing we want to get. Read that again.
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Here’s a hard lesson to learn: contentment will never come if we continually look outward at the next thing we want to get. Read that again.

Here’s a hard lesson to learn: contentment will never come if we continually look outward at the next thing we want to get. Read that again.

Contentment will never come if we continually look outward at the next thing we want to get.

It will come only if we acknowledge that we struggle in appreciating what is in front of us. So take a challenge to not buy anything new for one week, one month, even six months. It will change you and I guarantee it will cause you to feel happier.

Are you looking close to home for contentment?

Dr. Meg Meeker, MD

Practicing pediatrician, parent, grandparent, coach, speaker, and author. Say hello @MegMeekerMD

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