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!
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Today’s motivational nudge: Letting go of the gap between “what is” and “what isn’t”
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”.
Today’s motivational nudge: Expand instead of contracting
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.
Today’s motivational nudge: Honor a like or dislike you’ve been setting aside
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.
Today’s motivational nudge: Analyzing the word “growth” and choosing progress
In the plant kingdom, plants are known to have “indeterminate growth” — or the ability to grow indefinitely.
today’s motivational nudge: implementing the active form of the word “confidence”
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”.
today’s motivational nudge: question your questions
If you’ve ever been in “why me, why now, why…..” mode, you’ll know that those particular questions can tend to make whatever it is even worse to deal with.
Today’s motivational nudge: Expand on your gratefulness practice..by digging a bit deeper
I like walking into a library in anticipation of all the different opportunities to browse through books that are new-to-me, vividly engaging and with the ability to bring a completely new perspective into being.
Practical decisions: Choosing a planner – daily vs. weekly layouts
Planners are highly effective tools if you can find the one that works for you.
Today’s motivational nudge: Try micro-journaling
“Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.” – Barbara Kingsolve