First I will give you tools to get clear on all the benefits of living happily in the present moment.
Plus, you’ll also find some tips to create a do-able plan to move forward into a happier future – and feel confident that you’re capable of creating the life you want for yourself.
Regularly journal about what you love in your life – and become aware of what I call “Invisible Blessings.”
Each day try to write down 5 new things you’re newly grateful about having in your life.
Force yourself to always try to brainstorm up 5 new and very different things.
Eventually you will create a long list of invisible blessings.
Make a list of what you know you can control. Put the majority of your attention on the controllable aspects of your life.
Try to focus only 20% on your fears and the uncontrollable stuff (so you’re honest with yourself about the pain in your life). Then focus the majority of this remaining 80% of your time on what you can control.
Spend some time brainstorming up solutions to problems and do-able action steps.
For example, “do 15 minutes of X” – or “write 5 pages of Y” etc..
Studies show people are more likely to do a scary new habit if it’s made ridiculously simple, temptingly easy and painlessly quick to do.
Oh -and – don’t wait until you reach your goal to feel good about yourself. Be proud of every step you take.
Stop feeling like life and love have passed you by!
I started my family late in life! You can read about it here.
Plus I helped my mom meet a new amazing partner after my father passed away. She was in her 70’s at the time!
Regularly sit and breathe for 5 to 10 minutes in the morning.
Need help learning how to meditate? Check out my book Instant Calm – which offers simple and fun sensory meditations.
Learn how to master your thoughts – so you can master living mindfully in the present.
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