Thriving Thursdays: Garbage Thinking – Guest Post…

Garbage Truck Law

Photo Credit: Proctor Gallagher Institute


You’re getting ready for work and you spill your coffee.  Cleaning it up, you see that it’s all over your shirt.  You have to change the shirt, and then your pants don’t match the next shirt.  Late for work, you get stuck behind a garbage truck.  It smells.  Bad!  And that’s when the day really turns to garbage… “Murphy’s Law” becomes the law of the garbage truck.

We’ve all had days when one small bad thing sends the day into a tailspin.  Did you notice that as you became focused the first unfortunate thing, the more the little bad things piled up, one after another? 

Shift your focus to something pleasant, something positive.  Do it fast — before the law of the garbage truck kicks-in!

Have a thriving Thursday,


Garbage Truck vintage cartoon

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52 thoughts on “Thriving Thursdays: Garbage Thinking – Guest Post…

  1. Following garbage trucks makes me nervous. I stay back afraid I’ll do the nasty to one of the employees the way they jump around, especially when they’re picking up. I do take the opportunity to pass them to save my own self. 😀
    Must be Murphy’s law. When one thing goes wrong, you can expect at least another and the day d.o.e.s. go downhill from there. Hope the rest of your day changed to the better. 😀 o_O

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