The next time you’re faced with something that’s unexpected, unwanted and uncertain, consider that it just may be a gift.— Stacey Kramer
Whether I have had a lot of good things happening lately or a lot of difficult things taking up my time and energy, I will acknowledge today that sometimes life is a lot. As an act of self-love, I will carve out a still, reflective moment today where nothing is required of me.
When will you schedule this time?
How long will will this moment last?
What feelings will emerge after this moment?
Today I will acknowledge the unseen energy and power of certain places, and if I have time I will visit one of my favorites – a specific park, a certain coffee shop, a special place of spiritual worship, a beloved friend’s kitchen, or my own back porch.
Where is your “power place”?
Today I will come up with one new habit I can try adopting to live cleaner and more simply such as, walking to work, not buying anything new this week for my wardrobe or home unless it is an absolute necessity, or saying no to an obligation or responsibility that no longer resonates with me and I can safely and considerable get out of.
Every day we can develop healthy habits to live clean and simply as a act of self-love.
What is one Tiny Habit you can start this week to simplify your life and live healthier?
Today I will try to build in five to fifteen minutes of transition time between meetings, doctor’s appointments, child care pickups, household chores, or anything else where I am switching gears and need a moment to take a breath and reconnect with myself before moving on to the next activity.
We sometimes wear a lot of different hats during the day. We can build in healthy transition time between events and roles to help us experience a greater sense of calm and ease each day.
When will you schedule your transition times during the day?
How long will each transition time last?
What feelings will emerge after you give yourself this time to transition?