So let me give you five things you can do in three minutes to calm down, reconnect with yourself, and pause.
Every day we have the opportunity to awaken and live a life that is not full of regret.
So instead of pressuring myself to keep up something that obviously is not working, I have spent the last three weeks refining my days.
Realizing that summer camp is a state of mind was a huge ah-ha moment for me, it was no longer an elusive desire, I can proudly say I’ve been to summer camp and it was awesome!
I realize that it is all that little things that add up during the day and compound during the week that make for an enjoyable life. Mostly it is our attitude toward the little things and how we chose to seek out versus tune out simple pleasures. T
through self-reflection, I see clearly why my pre-pandemic life no longer serves me and by cultivating a way of life that is rooted in calm, I have found so much to enjoy in the most unassuming aspects of life.
ed. Thanks to Corona we some of us can WFH, which evaporated our daily commute and has provided greater autonomy and flexibility. Many are still working to a widget making schedule because either we have not or our employers has not evolved to view tasks and deliverables more important than hours worked. Hours aside, My question to you is what can you add, subtract, or shake up to rekindle that yearning to leap out of bed in the morning?
First worst; chores, homework, veggies. This approach served me well as a child, and hopefully will again with this first blog post. I am a transplant a few times removed, I never expected to leave Southern California and somehow it seems like a lifetime ago that I called it home. I have taken a veryContinue reading “First worst”