Tag: Finding Balance
Accidental wellbeing is situational. Intentional wellbeing is strategic.
In a world where people are increasingly looking to up their game, do you find you have no problems in meeting the expectations of others, but where your own desires are concerned… erm (insert flushed face emoji), it just seems to not happen?
Some of us in life are, by our own admission, ‘all or nothing’. For the most part – we don’t especially get on with moderation. If we’re doing a thing, we’re balls-out doing it, and if we’re not, then we’re really not.
If you’re reading this whilst trying to break in a new habit, chances are your intention is not in question but you may be unsure of your ability to see it through. Whatever we purpose to do (or not do), it has to be repeated often enough in order for it to become a habit. Until then, it’s not safe.
This week I’m excited to be sharing Part One of what I believe to be vital components for the makings of a great year. In order for us to genuinely feel that anything is a personal success, it has to align with our personal definition of what that means.
This Christmas will be my FIRST without my daughter. She is eleven, my only child and person I share daily life with; she will be going to spend Christmas with her father. I say this for context, not because it’s sad or I’m feeling woeful. I know I am not alone. It will also be the first for thousands of children and parents the … Read More A first Christmas without my daughter.
Have you had seasons in life when everything went just as you thought it should? Perhaps it was something you planned which worked out really well, or maybe it wasn’t even that deliberate – life just bobbed along nicely for a while… Aren’t those times great?!
When life meets our expectations in any area, we feel balanced. Our personal composition (the way we are internally wired) means that ‘balance’ equates to different things for each of us. One persons’ happy is anothers’ horror. Feeling stressed in any given area is usually the result of an imbalance that often isn’t addressed until it’s become critical.