Have you ever stood in the shower and watched the water level start rising around your feet?
It doesn’t take long to realized that something is blocking the flow of water.
Yesterday, as I stood ankle deep in a stagnant pool, I lifted the drain cover to reveal a mass of hair clogging the passageway. ( insert gag reflex)
As much as I dread digging into the scum encased tangles of who knows what kind of hair , if I want the water to start moving again, I have to get rid of the blockage.
Continue reading “What is BLOCKING You From Moving Forward? How Our Limiting Beliefs Can Keep Us Stuck”
I don’t know about you but I CHANGE MY MIND a lot.
Maybe I have a little perfectionism in me or it’s just that I like to weigh things carefully and consider all of my options.
My indecision can drive my husband crazy.
Anyone ever used this comeback when your man started rolling his eyes at your vacillation?
” I’m a woman. I have the right to change my mind.”
But seriously, this is why I practice minimalism as much as possible. The fewer decisions I have to make, the better.
I’m learning, however, that CHANGING MY MIND can be a good thing.
Continue reading “Why Changing Our Minds is a Good Thing: Creating Healthy Thought Patterns”
Ever had one of those evenings where you are racing against the clock to get things done? Afraid that if you stop and sit down you will be unable to DO all the things..
You know those things that NEED to be done.
Those things that every good mom, wife, or strong woman gets done in a day.
Those things that often keep us DOING and stop us from BEING.
What does that even mean? To BE.
I am all about ACTION VERBS.
When I read my Bible , those are the words I highlight.
GO. SET OUT. MOVE. RUN. REACH FORWARD.
Those are the commands that get me fired up. I’m like ,”Yes! Let’s do this thing!” It’s empowering.
It feels good to MOVE.
But those BEING verbs… those are hard.
Be Still. Be Strong. Be patient. Be content.
How DO you even learn to BE in the midst of all that needs to BE DONE?
Continue reading “When There is NOT ENOUGH Time to Get All the Things Done: Reframing our Not Enough Mindset”
I have to physically go through the motions to really learn something.
Don’t tell me what the apple tv password is. I will forget it. Don’t try and explain to me how to re set the Wifi and expect me to remember the next time it acts up. I will text you asking again..
If you want me to learn how to do something, I have to do it for myself; and not just once but multiple times until it becomes automatic.
I know this.
I am a Physical Therapist.
I am wired to move and I use this principle every day with my clients.
Continue reading “Involve Me and I Learn”