Your Weary Mind

I see your weary mind. I feel your weary mind. I see it and feel it in my friends and in my clients.

Did you know forty-two percent of Americans didn’t take ANY vacation days in 2014.

Are you one of the 42 percent?

If so, stop reading this right now. Pull out your calendar and schedule a week’s vacation.

Your weary mind will thank you for it.

Make Some Room,

Angie

P.S. “Every person needs a time out, away from stressful jobs, pressures from employers or clients, home responsibilities, etc., Everyone deserves to enjoy, visit unknown places, try other things, meet a lot of new friends, and feel at the top of the world. Life is full of fun, excitement, and adventure. Thus, vacation is an experience that’s worth remembering for a lifetime. It heals a weary mind and soul.” ― Alon Calinao Dy

Time

What action are you avoiding taking that you’re blaming instead on your lack of organization?

What conversations are you not having because there “hasn’t been time?”

What decision are you putting off until you’re “more prepared?”

The only time you have is now.

Make Some Room,

Angie

P.S. I’m asking myself these questions as well and adjusting my life accordingly. Time to clean house (but not my physical house)!

Your cover story

Just out of curiosity, have you considered that being disorganized isn’t the real issue – that it might just be your cover story?

That your supposed lack of productivity might actually mean something?

Or that your procrastination is a message in disguise?

What if all those things are your cover story? A way to keep you safe from change?

In 2015, would you be willing to “go there” to get to the root of the real issue?

Make Some Room,

Angie

P.S. I’m deep in the middle of joyfully writing my third book. These messages will be fewer and shorter (and I can hear a sigh of relief from some of you) for the first part – if not all – of 2015.

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