“Just because you are seeing divine light, experiencing waves of bliss, or conversing with Gods and Goddesses is no reason to not know your zip code.” - Ram Dass
I think we all get caught up in the idea that there’s a right and a wrong way to do almost anything. The right way – it’s tried and true, it works and it’s always worked. If you follow that method, shit is going to turn up roses. The wrong way – it goes against conventional wisdom, it’s disorganised and a little chaotic. If you do anything the wrong way, it will be a complete disaster and you’ll be ridiculed.
There are cases where this is true. There’s a right way and a wrong way to land a 747. And you better pray you never end up with an experiment pilot who wants to buck the trend.
But in most cases, life isn’t a set of binaries. It’s not a selection of right option vs. wrong option. There is no one method that can guarantee success. You could follow the best advice of the best artists, entrepreneurs and writers – and still wind up failing hard.
The secret to following good advice is not to treat it as a religion. You have to be flexible, adaptive, innovative. You have to seek out the information and the knowledge that you can apply to your life to improve it.
All my love,
Take a shower! You know, it's tough to do this. It's tough to do the parts of self care that are actually a whole lot of work. And if you're like me, washing your hair becomes a little more of a damn chore every single week. But you deserve to feel good, smell good, and know that you did your best. 💖
If you don't have the energy to write in a diary (sometimes I really don't, trust me) just take a moment to record your thoughts in a voice memo on your phone. Getting them out of your head and heart will ease them.
Clean out your fridge before you go to bed tonight. I know it's a dull, dreary task, but having mess and out of date products piling up is not good for your mental health and anxiety. Give yourself a break by breaking that pattern. ✨
Use: Intent…Control distractions,
take back your time.
Tools to help you be more intentional with your digital life.