We can all become overwhelmed in the work we do or the life we lead. It happens. Often, when we take on too much or fail to give ourselves time to step away and recharge. Life can become super-fast paced, and we sometimes believe that we need to keep up with the speed. It is like the accelerator pedal is stuck on maximum. Each day whizzes by in a flash and we become casualties, as we burn the candle at both ends. It is OK to take a break.
This month I was inspired by an action – to list the things I am grateful for. As part of my regular morning routine, to set myself up for the day, I affirm three things I am thankful for in my life. So, I decided to take the calendar action one step further, to consider why I am grateful for COVID 19, and focus on the positives I have achieved during the crisis.
How often do you go on holiday and start to do things you fail to make time for in your everyday life, both pre and post vacation? Imagine gifting yourself a new habit you're willing to commit to making happen in your daily life at home. Because a vacation is for life, not just as an escape.
How often do you find yourself making excuses, sometimes even for the smallest reason? Imagine a different scenario where you don't make excuses and you just do it...