For so many of us, including some of my clients, this year has been a bumpy ride.
I'm still grieving the loss of my dad.
As a nation, the U.S. feels more turbulent now than in the past few decades.
Though necessary, transformation and revolution are rarely comfortable and joyful.
Even in the darkness, we can still seek hope. Here's some inspiration:
We're rising up and having the tough discussions; both in our personal lives and with people farther outside the intimacy ring. It’s not always easy or effortless. Cultural change rarely is.
Being able to talk about issues in a skilled and open way is a sign of emotional maturity. Even if we don’t always have it, we are growing up and into this worthy goal. Classes devoted to competent communication all throughout schooling is something I’d heartily vote “YES!” for.
In the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing some tips on how to improve communication skills.
For now, I invite you to join me in releasing the chaos of this past year:
Breathe easy and rest in the collective pause offered by the week of December 26 through January 1. It's a great time to double down on your sleep—learn my tips in this video replay.
Tune in and listen for the slower pulse during this time. Life feels less urgent and there’s a sense of added ease around deadlines. May this tempo become our new normal.
Say YES to less.
P.S. Plan to get more sleep this next week or so.
Find out how to make room for yourself in your own life, turn workouts into personal playdates, and make healthy eating feel indulgent.
Want to know how it would feel if you moved yourself to the top of your priority list, could lovingly say "no" to what's not in alignment, and lived your life "on purpose?"