Hello dear ones. I’m popping in with a quick reminder and not a full episode. Just a reminder . This weeks’ reminder is to Rest. To rest and to play. I have been noticing how important this is and as I sat thinking about what I could offer to you all this week as an episode, what kept coming up for me for my own self is that it is time to rest and it is time to play. I’m getting ready to go on vacation. I’ve been recording a series of these episodes all in a row, and it was just was very clear in my body that now is the time to rest. So I thought you might need that reminder too. Sometimes listening to podcasts or sometimes even learning new things is not the play or the delight that it used to be and that you just need space and time to rest.
So I am going to be resting, I’m going to be resting, and I encourage you to do the same thing. Rest can look like dancing sometimes. Rest can look like swinging on a swing set. That’s what rest can be. Rest can also be reading a book or napping. Make a list for yourself of the ways that you would like to rest. The ways that you would like to play. What will nourish you right now? And then I want you to take that time and do that. Make that time. Schedule it in. That’s what I’m going to be doing for the next two weeks. I’m going to be scheduling in rest and scheduling in play.
By the time you listen to this, it will be very close to the application close for the centered wellness training. It’s also a reminder that if you are going to apply to the Centered Wellness Training, now is the time. Applications close July 1st and I will not be offering this program again until probably next year in 2022. It’s possible I could start it a little later this year, but earliest would be in January 2022 I believe.
So this is your reminder to apply, if you would like to apply, if that feels right in your body. This is your reminder to rest and this is your reminder to play.
I will be back in your podcast feed with a new episode next week and until then, take good care of yourselves.
Are you willing to be uncomfortable? Society tries to shy away from being uncomfortable and it creates stagnation. While trying something new or shifting to a healthier lifestyle may be uncomfortable at first, it won’t stay that way. It will become easier. In this episode I talk about how important it is to be uncomfortable in order to create good change in our lives and how best to handle that discomfort.
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