As much as you may wish it, your Christmas won’t be from a Hallmark movie; your dinner is not a scripted scene with witty dialogue, actors who always act their part, and picture perfect props; your life is not a production.
When everything in life is out of the ordinary, our wellness practices become even more important!
Maybe the disappointment is because my favorite gift was spending the holiday season enjoying their company, and now that they have given me that most extravagant gift, it's going away.
May this year’s celebration be one of less guilt and more enjoyment. Fewer Thanksgiving tchotchkes and more intimate connections. Less conflict and more compassion. Fewer power struggles and more communication and collaboration. Less whirlwind and more mindfulness. May your day be full to the brim of things to be grateful for, in whatever form they come.
The moment you decide to pursue something higher than average, you choose a life that will be more challenging than average.
There are a million things more important than cleaning your kitchen floor and making your bed, especially if you hate those things! You have a HUGE purpose in life and it is not to spend your days doing things that you think should be important to you because your parents or your friends or the TV has told you that they are important!
If you start to think that you probably don’t have any creative juice left, take your pulse. If your heart is still beating, you have untapped potential.
You can change whatever you want, and it can start with a simple breath.
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