Write that book and don’t forget to publish it! This post is for all of us that have procrastinated in doing what we have planned to do.
In this post I am going to help you create your morning/me time ritual. We all can benefit from having a little time in the morning before heading onto our busy day. Sometimes despite our good intentions we skip this part. How many times did you say I will get up one hour earlier to begin your day and somehow that didn’t happen? It has happened to me.
Do you have a morning ritual? Developing good habits is important in our lives. Unfortunately, many of us tend to fly around by the seat of our pants half the time. When living this way, it can create stress in our lives and sometimes others around us. It can really knock our energy out of whack or at least it does mine.
I have been thinking of writing this post for the last couple of weeks ever since someone bought my iced tea in the Starbucks drive through. It put a huge smile on my face and the feeling lasted for quite some time. I have had this happen before and I had the same response. I have even been the giver many times before and this gave me as much joy as being the receiver.
Are you going with the flow of life? Or do things seem like they are not happening fast enough. Do you want something specific to happen in your life and it doesn’t seem to be working so you keep trying different ways to make it happen. When this happens are we trying to force something that isn’t meant to happen either at this moment or ever to be? Maybe we don’t know at this time what is meant for us or maybe it is time for a rest.
Did you know that a smile can make all the difference in the world to you and to others? Also did you know that science has proven this to be true? Well this is true. Science says that a smile can and yes even a forced smile can make you happier and relieve stress.