Meditation. Yoga. Daily affirmations in front of a mirror. Relaxing in the sun.
My friend and I are heading over to another friend’s house for brunch. She just had a double mastectomy and several rounds of chemo. It’s been a very long time since we’ve been together. I can’t wait to be laughing again with all our inside jokes and foolishness. We love her dearly. Today is all about positive energy for life and vitality.
Simply checking in more often. Sometimes work and life becomes so busy, checking in with a loved one is definitely needed to maintain that relationship.
It helps me keep faith that better things are yet to come.
My grandmother. She loved me unconditionally and I know she still watches over me.
I absolutely love how quiet my mornings are. Watching the sunrise with my coffee. It’s so peaceful and rejuvenating.
Meditation. Journaling. Taking a break from work, which can be very consuming most days. Spending quality with loved ones and reconnecting.
I feel more effective. There’s synchronicity and ease.
My grandmother. RIP
Daily meditation. Talking to my therapist. Journaling. Watching content on YouTube that healthy for my emotional and psychological health.
Letting go of the idea that my life should’ve been different by the time I got to this age. I should’ve achieved certain things and had certain things. Instead, be open and having faith I’m exactly where I need to be.
I feel relaxed.
I’m at a work conference this week, finally meeting my colleagues in person for the first time. We’ve only met through Zoom. Already, there’s plenty of collaborations on projects. Lots of brainstorming and enthusiasm. Many new professional opportunities are being made.
I’m finally caught up with work and can close my laptop today. My partner has the day off. I’m looking forward to an overdue date night. Also, my sister and my nieces are free for lunch. I’m gonna hang out with them. I can’t wait.
I use the Pomodoro method at work. Focused, intentional work for 25 minutes then take a 5 minute break. During those 25 minutes, no distractions. No phone. No browsing. I get a lot done when I’m present.
I live about 20 minutes from my siblings and 2 hours away from our parents. Our parents are elderly and are needing more help as the days go by. It’s also really nice to watch my nieces and nephews grow up. It’s be hard on me emotionally if I lived further away.
My mentor Gene. I’ve learned to how to coach with a high level of patience and tough love.
I’m more present and I get to enjoy what I’m doing at that moment. Opposed to rushing through like I’m racing the clock.
Work is less overwhelming.
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