I think that it is perfectly possible to shop up a storm while convincing yourself that you’re creating abundance..yet, be in a place of scarcity when making those decisions.
The idea of habit stacking has gained more validation and visibility over the past couple of years — this is the idea of anchoring a new habit to an existing habit so you can utilize an existing neural pathway to help with building a new neural pathway.
The funny thing about decluttering is that you can’t just do it the one time and then collapse into a puddle of relieved relaxation for weeks.
When I think of “coming back to center”, I think of getting back to feeling serene and connected to that place of inner strength we each have within us.
We’re almost at the end of this year — I wish I could say I’m ready for it, but it really feels as if the time has flown faster than usual!
I think that in so many ways so many of us are striving to reach for “what isn’t” or “what isn’t yet” — instead of fully immersing ourselves in the beauty of “what is”.
When things are stressful, it is easier to curl up in a ball and narrow our focus to the tiniest of things that are doable.
I think it is common to set aside our own likes and dislikes when it comes to activities that seem like a lower priority in our minds.
In the plant kingdom, plants are known to have “indeterminate growth” — or the ability to grow indefinitely.
According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, one definition of the word confidence is “a feeling or consciousness of one’s powers or of reliance on one’s circumstances”.