How to be your guide
Yesterday, I had an off day because I was exhausted from the past week. So many emotions from my family and other things going on that I stayed home and laid low.
I needed a day to relax by myself and regroup. I worked out at home, caught up on some things around the house, and fell asleep in the sun. It felt good to just be for a day.
I was beginning to feel guilty about it until I found myself choking up at an old Friends clip online. That pretty much confirmed the need for it.
It’s been a big couple of weeks, and I needed to break the pattern.
The point is you do your best when you’re at your best. So, figure out what you need, what’s going to light you up, and what’s holding you back? Then, do the work.
Take the time to write out your vision every day. Don’t worry about how; just continue to fine-tune your ultimate end goal.
Always build yourself first, align, strengthen and focus on your health.
Drink water, eat clean and move your body.
It always comes down to getting back into alignment and if that means taking a day off, by all means, do it. If you continue to give of yourself without restoring what you need, you will begin to limit what is possible.
Pay attention and let your intuition be your guide.
It’s the simple things that make the difference.