I recently went on a yoga adventure retreat and did that ever happen at a time that I needed it! Reflecting on my trip got me thinking…
Just sit. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But notice how your mind wanders, maybe you get anxious like you need to be DOING something or feel like you don’t have the time to just sit and do NOTHING!
Journaling our thoughts and reflections can help clear our minds of clutter, sort things out, and gain deeper insight and understanding. This helps us become better anthropologists of ourselves. Mari L. McCarthy writes in The Great Book of Journaling, “Over time, you will start to see the positive changes journaling is making in your lifeContinue reading “Just Two Minutes for Reflection”
“The purpose of setting goals is to win the game. The purpose of building systems is to continue playing the game.”-James Clear. So once you accomplish your goal is that the be-all and end-all or do you want to continue the momentum?
When starting a new habit use a habit loop to help it stick.