Over the years I have felt drawn to the idea of creating a program or new foundation for my work around either simple heartfelt living or supporting women in midlife and beyond. Maybe, a combination of both. There have been several times when I created outlines and ideas that still reside in notebooks filed away, waiting to be shared with the world.
It happened again this morning as I was writing in my journal, another outline surrounded by heartfelt words of what I really want to share. I was surprised when I realized I keep creating the same outline over and over again with slight variations.
And then it was clear, the reason this idea keeps coming forward is that it is really about the life that I want to create for myself. And, share with you. A simple life, full of meaning and based on the guidance of my heart. Continue reading
My weekly schedule has it’s own little routine. I generally have the same clients, meetings, and things to accomplish along with some time allotted for projects. And yet, sometimes I struggle to get it all done, while other weeks flow with ease. Why is that?
I have noticed an interesting pattern. There have been times when my energy was low and I told my friend (who is also the person I share my daily wins with) that I was going to slow down, give myself a break and just putter through the day.
What happened was always surprising.
I would feel relaxed, peaceful, centered and still get more done than on the days when I hit the ground running.
When I slowed down, I accomplished more. It felt good, too.
Now, the trick is to remember and embrace this art of puttering through my days. And, share what I have learned with you so that you can try a slow down puttering day too.