Everybody has a TO-DO-list.
I actually hate TO-DO-lists, because I never get them done or at least not in the amount of time I was planning for. But I guess without them, I would get nothing done.
Sometimes though, it is not about DOING something to make you feel good, but rather to NOT do something.
That's why today I am promoting the STOP-DOING-list.
It's easy. We all have our little self-sabotages going on. And most of the time we are not even aware of them. We shoot ourselves in the foot and wonder why the hell we are in pain.
That's either sad or ridiculously funny.
(I am just picturing a cartoon figure, jumping around, holding its foot.)
So here is what I did:
In the last weeks, I created a STOP-DOING-list for myself. Every time I noticed that I did something, which didn't make me feel good, I wrote it down in my little idea-book.
And when I finally looked over it today, it was clear to me, that I have to share it with you.
Because I have the feeling that you probably put the same obstacles in your own way too, Sweetie.
Like Albert Einstein said:
"Insanity is: doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results."
That's insane. Because we want to feel good. Isn't that the only thing we really want?
If something lights up in you right now, then keep reading!
...in order to feel good!
Listen more closely to your body and you will notice when you don't actually feel good.
Not good? Then maybe have a glass of water, maybe go for a walk, maybe quit your job, maybe tell your partner what you are missing in your relationship, maybe don't eat the cake in front of you, maybe eat it, maybe put on a dress today instead of the yoga pants, maybe go to the dance class later, maybe take a bath, maybe go to bed early, maybe don't smoke today, maybe do something different today...
I wish you a beautiful week with less things to do and to think about!