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Tea is so good for me

My essentials everyday.

Since I had just recovered from a nasty virus before beginning a busy week, I have been steeping a mug of Get Well tea every morning to keep my immune system strong.

Also, it contains mullein, which supports the throat. Since I’m teaching, I’m doing a lot of talking, and can use that support as well.

Last night, I comforted myself and prepped for bed with a soothing cup of 101 Sheep. This morning I noticed my daughter got in on the action with her own mug to go πŸ˜€

I seriously don’t know what I’d do without these teas.

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Toeing the line of balance with jammed piggies

This week, I jammed 3 toes. Just in time for dance campΒ . Yes, on my feet all day, dancing, for a week.

That’s the beauty of life though (moderate sarcasm). It always gives you the opportunity to toe the line (see what I did there πŸ˜œ) of balance between self care and commitments.

We all have our own things that need nurturing, but the world doesn’t stop. So you have to work it in.

In my particular case, I will be armed with Rescue Remedy and Aches & Pains salve. Also, when the kids take a break, so will I, meaning I will actually sit down with them. Lastly, I will let them know my plan because kids make REALLY good accountability partners πŸ˜‚

What are you nurturing today? How can I support you?

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Leveraging my 2 hours of willpower

I have gotten into a really bad habit.

Did you know that the first couple of hours of your day is when you have the most willpower and clarity?

Despite knowing that, I’ve let myself fall into the bad habit of checking emails and messages first thing in the morning. This kills my productivity, creativity, and leaves me feeling scattered and unaccomplished.

Through some gentle encouragement from a program that I’m participating in now, I’ve decided to reclaim my good habit of morning goal cards.

Goal cards are single handedly one of the most powerful tools I use. You write your goal or mindset shift on the card as if it has already occurred, and read it every morning.

This is actually how we found our family car that I still love! Reading my goal card every morning about finding the perfect car for my family that I could easily afford magically led me to it. Seriously, it was magic!

I missed a turn on a route that I took all of the time, which led me a different way where I ended up passing the car, and it immediately caught my eye. I knew that I had better not ignore this coincidence, and stopped to look at it. When I met the person selling the car, he turned out to be an old friend of my husband, and sold it to us for the auction rate! Magic!

Even knowing how powerfully effective something is for you, you can still fall off track. It happens to all of us. If you want support to get back on track to your goals, feel free to reach out. We can do a quick call to get some clarity. I’m doing it for me too 😘