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Many of us have fallen into such monotonous routines that we don’t even realize that we’re feeling more neutral about everything in life, doing the same thing day in and day out, rather than truly feeling and experiencing all that is happening.
the good and the not-so-ideal.
we are also often so focused on the big moments (let’s say you won the lottery or got married) that we forget to appreciate the small moments – like how a stranger opened a door for you or an old friend reached out to see how you’re doing.
the concept seems so simple, but i know some people who, when asked, couldn’t come up with an answer to:
what makes you happy?
while the answer will be different for all of us, hopefully, you’ve got a few right off the top of your head!
today on the blog [link in bio] i’m challenging you to a duel. not with me. or anyone else for that matter. with yourself. today you are going to beat yesterday’s level of being sanguine. and you’ll do it again the next day. and the next day.
by doing both parts 1 and 2 of the “duel”, on a regular basis – weekly, monthly or annually – you’re acknowledging what’s good and what’s not so ideal… and taking action on both. this can lead to living a more fulfilling, balanced life when you implement these practices on a regular basis. this is something i teach in my coaching, diy wellness retreat and other online programs.
read the blog and then in the comments let me know… report your progress on upping your “sanguine” level. i’d love to hear from you!