Recently I was reminded to do a breathing exercise. It feels so good and took a short time to do. Then I ran across this quote from The Little Book of Mindfulness by Dr. Patrizia Collard:
“By observing your breath, you can make such a difference to how you feel”
Let’s take a bit of time today to do a bit of deep breathing or another breathing technique you enjoy doing.
Welcome to Tapping Thursday!
Pull out your keyboard, journal or paper and pay attention to what brings you joy today and jot those down. Here are some of mine:
When you’re feeling down pull it out and see some ideas that bring you some much needed delight.
I love doing cheerful I am statements. There are a few up by my desk and I often tap with them. This can flush out and release old thoughts that can hold me back and bring in the new cheerful ones.
I ran across 101 “I am” Power Affirmations by Tony Robinson and picked it up on Kindle. It looks like a great book! Check it out.
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It's going to be a hot day where I live.
Let's remember to hydrate, stay cool and have some fun!
A few years back my doctor suggested PT and my last time wasn’t very successful but I walked through some resistance and it was a better fit this time.
Be open to revisiting experiences at different times, it could be a great fit this time.
It's Friday enjoy the extra bounce in your step, look forward to your weekend adventures big to small and choose to have an amazing day!
We are often hardest on ourselves.
Let’s remember to be our own BFF by speaking kindly to ourselves.
There is so much stress out there so today I’m going to share a round of tapping on dialing down stress. Tapping is great way to let go of stress.
Let's nurture ourselves today by delighting in a bit of peace.
Inner joy and work life balance are important to me, so is seeing joy small too big and I understood these would look different for each person.
This article explains things in a different way that was thought-provoking. Check it out because you might find it interesting too.
When browsing through a book today I thought her concept was interesting:
Often we want proof that something is true or works before believing or doing it. When we change our thinking first then we’ll start seeing the confirmation. Believe and it can happen. Paraphrased from: You are a Badass by Jen Sincero page 95.
Let’s believe in ourselves, purpose and gifts.
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Today I am going out with a couple of friends shopping. I don't do this much and I am looking forward to the fun.
Let's write about a great time you had with friends and enjoy the memories.
When we look at ourselves in the mirror let’s give ourselves the gift of loving and accepting ourselves as we are.
Say out loud while looking in the mirror: I am beautiful, powerful and lovable and Adding Tapping can make this more powerful: Tap on karate chop point and say three to five times while looking in the mirror:
I am beautiful, powerful and lovable
If something comes up for you while tapping start or add it to your tapping list and remember to tap daily. You can learn more about Tapping here.
There have been times in my life I needed some extra TLC.
When you feel you need more than family &/or friends can provide reach out and find the TLC and support you need. You are worth it!
I couldn't believe I saw a record player for sale at a grocery store today! It was a blast from my past and brought back fond memories and a smile to my face.
Did you ever listen to music with a record player?
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Today I've had some amusement and did a happy dance in my office chair a few times.
Let's enjoy some LOL's, chuckles and amusement in our day!
There are times I need to step out of my comfort zone on my business journey. In the Power Thoughts book by Louise Hay this resonated with me today:
“I move beyond old limitations and now express myself freely and creatively.”
Let’s find our courage and stretch beyond our comfort zone and grow from it.
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Let’s reach out today to family &/or a friend that has become family:
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