Spring brings new beginnings and fresh starts.
With this fresh burst of energy, motivation, and raw willpower, comes the risk of burnout. If you don’t pace yourself, you can quickly go from blazing to fizzling.
Remember, small steps move you forward too.
What’s Calling You Forth?
So this season, feel what is calling your attention.
Are you ready for a transition?
Is it time to start writing your book?
Have you always wanted to research your family tree?
Do you long to learn a language? Or run a marathon?
Is there a personal project you want to begin?
Now is the time to tackle something that needs your attention.
Spring Forward with Self-Care
Decide what steps you are ready to take to manifest your visions.
While you’re at it, take on the inner doubts that prevent you from shifting your life in a new direction. Overcommitment, smartphone addiction, emotional eating, insomnia – these can be signs that you are unhealthy, distracted, stressed, and half-living. Unless you prioritize healing, rest, and recovery, you will never truly feel alive.
As you create your future, commit to daily practices that restore you, give perspective, and allow you to tend to your fire rather than burn it out.
Music. Laughter. Rest. Fun time with friends. Bath time journaling. Stargazing. Dancing. A walk on the beach… or a swim. Sunshine. Silence. Solitude. Meditation.
These are a few of my favorite things.
Spring Forward with Spring Cleaning
Let go of expectations and embrace the unexpected.
Spring clean old stories to make space for new adventures.
Say goodbye to ideas that don’t align with who you are becoming.
Release anything that’s hindering you from finding your soul’s alignment.
We tend to cling to the familiar because it is known. Yet, sometimes we need to let go even if we don’t know what comes next. We need to be ok with not knowing and trust that magic will find us when we need it most.
Let some energies unravel in your life.
Notice what you are holding on to too tightly and ask yourself why.
You can only spring forward after you release the crap you carry. It’s holding you back and wearing you down.
Let it go. Live. It’s spring!