Here to the New Year in Good Cheer – Plan “O”

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Okay. We’re back with the Here to the New Year in Good Cheer challenge and the plan for today starts with the letter “O”.

As I write this, the steady stream of snow continues to obstruct and obscure all attempts to remove it. Overtaxed and overwhelmed city workers optimize ongoing efforts to overcome this disadvantage, opting to remain optimistic as they operate heavy equipment and implement organized outlines for clearing what appears to the casual observer to be overwhelming amounts of the fluffy white stuff.

Even if the weather outside is frightful, today’s tip is to be open to the outdoors.

You may object or oppose this idea, but hear me out.

Snow days (sick days or whatever the warm weather equivalent might be) offer all kinds of opportunities to overthrow official agendas and orchestrate new world orders that oust the overburdened, overextended, or overzealous plans that originate in a kind of overrated orneriness.

Outwitting, outsmarting, outmaneuvering, or outrunning the regular routine often offsets the outrage or ennui that oozes from an obsessive obedience to ordinary operations.

Occasionally we need the oddly outrageous to overtake our senses. This allows us to get over what we’ve outgrown that overshadows our ability to move upward and onward and opt in to an optimal operating system.

You owe it to yourself to entertain what occupies your attention. Overlooking it or omitting its existence will obligate you to deal with it later.

How do you overhaul or override your over scheduled calendar so you can create some space for something original?

I’d love to hear how you overturn the ordinary and make it extraordinary in the comments below.

PS – Here’s an “O” book recommendation for those of you who enjoy oracle cards and other divinely inspired works – Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver.

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2 thoughts on “Here to the New Year in Good Cheer – Plan “O”

  1. Barbi Notzz says:

    After sliding through an intersection in town, I decided to stay home…….came home and took an OLD people’s nap. That’s the best I can do for O.

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