“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.”- Matthew 6:34
You’re having a really great day. One of those rare days free of muscle weakness and pain. You’re feeling energized, and there are so many things you really want to squeeze into this one day. Unfortunately, there’s something holding you back…fear of the unknown or maybe even past experiences. If you over exert yourself today, then you will surely regret it tomorrow. Though, this may be true, don’t worry about tomorrow. Live for today! Pamper yourself with a spa day, even if it is at home. Take a walk, short or long. Pack a picnic and have lunch in the park with your family (while social distancing of course). Enjoy your life and don’t worry about tomorrow.
Often, people create “bucket lists” which include exotic places, exotic foods, etc. Someone living with an autoimmune disorder is probably less focused on a “bucket list” and just simply a list. A list of the simple things in life that others often take for granted.
So, take advantage of the good days and don’t focus on tomorrow as “tomorrow will worry about itself.”