How to come back to the path after the holidays.
How was your long holiday?
How’s the beginning of your 2022?
How do you feel about getting back on track?
It can be a struggle after a moment of switching ourselves off from our routines – from having more flexibility and freedom from structure.
It might feel like our routines are not with us anymore.
It can feel like we’ve lost our enthusiasm for a moment.
It can be overwhelming.
(Our girls felt that.)
So how should we deal with that?
How can we get back on track effectively?
A great place to start is with your journals.
And ask yourself these questions:
“What is pulling me?”
“What is out there in front of me that I want to move towards?”
“What is my purpose?”
“What is my goal?”
“What is driving me?”
That routine you had before when you were away was taking you in a certain direction.
What is the end of that path?
“What is pushing me?
“What am I moving away from?”
In this instance, you are moving away from the feeling of being overwhelmed – from the feeling of feeling a little bit lost, a little bit scattered.
So by recognising what is pushing you, it can give you an indication of what you are moving towards by asking yourself:
“What is propelling me?”
“What is giving me the energy to do the things I need to do?”
“Is it great sleep?”
“Is it great tucker?” (that’s aussie for food)
“Is it spending time with the sunshine?”
What is going to give you the energy to propel yourself to do the things you want to do?
So these questions may be helpful as a journaling practice to help us bring us back to the center and put us back on the path.
This is so important - we will be discussing this at length in the webinar coming up in the next week or so.
We’ll help you uncover your true motivation so you can focus on truly empowering goals - not just ones that are worthy of a meme on the internet.
Learn more about the webinar here.
Love and light,
SMP Heart Coach