You can get songs unstuck, you can get thoughts unstuck too.
Let’s take a few minutes to bask in the reassuring truths that we so often take for granted.
The book is Rising Strong, and from the introduction it lays down strategies to grapple with emotions in tough situations and “rise strong” on the other side of the fight, armed with new understanding of ourselves and a plan for future run-ins.
One of my favorite things to do is spend a sunny afternoon exploring an expansive, inexpensive thrift store, the more varied the donation range the better. I spend most of my time not looking for things I need, but experimenting.
t takes all we have to make this life the very best, most impactful, meaningful and beautiful life we can. There just isn’t any extra to waste on the thoughts of strangers and the judgements of others.
If, perchance, you too have a potentially skewed perspective of value, and it maybe has kept you from enjoying something in your life, welcome to the club.
What we see in other people we assume came naturally, yet we become overwhelmed thinking about the work it would take for us to get to the same level.
While I value the experiences, feelings, growth, emotions and education and I could have written about any of it, the one thing that stood out the most in this dynamic week, was something so simple I honestly surprised myself.
The last three perspectives I’ve shared have been centered around being *on*. This week we’re going to take a break from all these mentally challenging objectives and instead talk about cultivating a mindset of relaxation.
As you may have noticed, there was no new blog post last week. I was in the mountains, enjoying the new blanket of snow, learning new skills and dodging trees on the way down the hill.